Zeinab Ismail • 20 Mar 2024

Saudi Authorities Monopolize Media and Advertising Discourse “by Law”

Through global forums and media, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has been keen on spreading progressive discourse in an effort…

  • Censorship
  • Digital Rights
  • Freedom Of Expression
Zeinab Ismail • 03 Aug 2023

More Control: Iraq’s Alarming Cybercrime Law

Days after the Jordanian parliament approved a cybercrime law with disastrous implications for free speech, Iraq put forth its own…

  • Cybercrime Law
  • Free speech and expression
  • Human Rights
SMEX • 01 Aug 2023

How will Tunisia include its growing poor in an increasingly digital society?

This article was first published by Advox on July 19, 2023. It is republished here as part of a republishing…

  • Access
  • Advocacy
  • Education
SMEX • 28 Apr 2023

Sudan: Internet Shutdowns Fuel Human Rights Abuses

Internet in Sudan has been shut down intermittently amid armed clashes between the Sudanese army, led by Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan,…

  • #KeepItOn
  • Digital Rights
  • Human Rights
Madleine Balesi • 14 Sep 2022

How to safely record a witness video?

Phones have become a viable tool for recording violence and injustice around the world. In many cases, posting online helps…

  • Human Rights
  • Privacy
  • Safety
SMEX • 13 Sep 2022

Internet Shutdowns to Prevent Cheating During Exams: The Impact on Society and Economy in the MENA Region

  • Censorship
  • Cheating
  • Digital Rights
Andrea López Pastor • 09 Sep 2022

Netflix content censored for violating “social and religious values”

  • Censorship
  • Human Rights
  • LGTBI+
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