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
Abed Kataya • 18 Apr 2023

Lebanon: Is the Government Purposefully Damaging the Telecom Sector?

Amid the real risk of the collapse of Lebanon’s telecommunications services, serious reports have recently emerged about massive squandering and…

  • #KeepItOn
  • Alfa
  • Bids
Abed Kataya • 10 Mar 2023

Mauritania: The drawbacks of disrupting mobile internet after prisoners escape

Authorities in Mauritania have cut off mobile internet services since March 6, 2023, after four prisoners—classified as “terrorists” by the…

  • #KeepItOn
  • Internet Shutdown
  • Internet Shutdown
Zeinab Ismail • 19 Jan 2023

Beyond Jordan’s TikTok Ban

TikTok is still banned in Jordan, a month after the government blocked the platform to limit the spread of live…

  • Internet Shutdown
  • Internet Shutdowns
  • Jordan
SMEX • 24 Jan 2022

YEMEN: Internet and Telecommunications are NOT Military Targets!

YEMEN is currently plunged in a nationwide internet blackout after Saudi-led airstrikes targeted a telecommunications building in the Houthi-held city…

  • Connectivity
  • Digital Rights
  • Human Rights
Abed Kataya • 22 Nov 2021

Internet Access in Sudan is of Unprecedented Importance

Internet services have been partially restored in Sudan after a 20-day shutdown following the coup led by the Military Council…

  • 25 October
  • Communications Shutdown
  • coup
Mubarak al Yosofy • 20 Sep 2021

Yemen: The Race for Censorship

As the war in Yemen rages on, and while the country is witnessing the world’s worst humanitarian crisis according to…

  • content censorship
  • Instagram
  • Internet Shutdown