Najla Ben Salah • 19 Jan 2023

Tunisia: Presidential State of Emergency to Suppress Speech on Social Media

On Wednesday, January 10, attorney Assia Haj Salem joined a large group of attorneys, politicians, and activists who gathered in…

  • Decree 54
  • free speech
  • Freedom Of Expression
SMEX • 09 Sep 2022

Amazon Launches Data Region in the UAE

  • Amazon
  • Digital Authoritarianism
  • Digital Rights
Rafia Salameh • 07 Jul 2022

Legalizing Control of Personal Data and Online Discourse in Syria

  • cybercrime law
  • Cybercrime Law
  • Digital Space
Safaa Ayyad • 06 Jul 2022

Iraqi Cybercrime Draft Law: In Suspension 

  • cybercrime law
  • Cybercrime Law
  • Cybercrimes
SMEX • 22 Dec 2021

Tunisia: New prosecutions resurrect shadow of dictatorship [Crosspost]

This article was written by Yosr Jouini and published on Global Voices on December 16, 2021. On July 25, 2021,…

  • Crosspost
  • Digital Rights
  • Freedom Of Expression
Sawsan Abo Alsondos • 20 Dec 2021

Freedom of the Press in Jordan: Regulatory Amendments or Restrictions to Online Speech?

Journalism in Jordan is suffering some severe blows as a result of laws and legislations that are inherently restrictive to…

  • Freedom Of Expression
  • Freedom of the press
  • Jordan
SMEX • 03 Dec 2021

Mauritania: New law on protection of national symbols threatens free speech

We, the undersigned Mauritanian, regional and international civil society organisations, express our deep concern about Mauritanian parliament’s adoption of a…

  • Freedom Of Expression
  • law on protection of national symbols
  • Mauritania