Najla Ben Salah • 23 Mar 2022

Tunisia: Defamation as a Way of Discrediting Opponents

  • Facebook
  • judiciary
  • Slander
SMEX • 08 Feb 2022

[Report] Doxxing of Residential Information Targeting Vulnerable Groups: Online and Offline Harms 

As part of an Oversight Board process to issue a policy advisory opinion reviewing Meta’s policies on the sharing of…

  • Doxxing
  • Egypt
  • Facebook
SMEX • 24 Sep 2021

The Oversight Board’s decision on Palestine is a step in the right direction, now Facebook needs to step up

We, the undersigned organizations, welcome the recent decision by Facebook’s Oversight Board on Facebook’s unjustified removal of news content related…

  • Content Moderation
  • Content Removal
  • Facebook
Abed Kataya • 21 Sep 2021

Facebook’s Moderation ‘Mistakes’ Silence Palestinian Voices

On September 14, Facebook’s Oversight Board issued a decision to restore a post originally published by Al-Jazeera’s Facebook page, featuring…

  • Al Jazeera
  • bias
  • Content Moderation
SMEX • 11 May 2021

Petition to #SavePalestinianVoices: Tech Companies Must Stop Silencing Palestinian Content

We demand Facebook and Twitter to immediately stop censoring Palestinian content, reinstate affected posts and accounts, and provide a clear and public explanation for the reasons why the content was removed.

  • al-Aqsa
  • Facebook
  • Freedom Of Expression
SMEX • 07 May 2021

Sheikh Jarrah: Facebook and Twitter systematically silencing protests, deleting evidence

Facebook and Twitter are systematically silencing users protesting and documenting the evictions of Palestinian families from their homes in the…

  • Content Moderation
  • Content Removal
  • Facebook
Najla Ben Salah • 22 Feb 2021

Freedom of Speech Crisis in the Tunisian “Facebook Republic”

  Tunisian police summoned fashion designer Myriam Bribri on October 8 following her involvement in protests against poverty, inequality and…

  • Demonstrations
  • Digital Rights
  • Facebook