Stories from July, 2017
Pepito is known for its sharp critique of the government and of elected officials in both the governments of Puerto Rico and of the United States.
"Overbroad content offences are always illegitimate, but are particularly dangerous online, where many people are still in the process of discovering their voice."
Bahraini authorities have constantly harassed Al-Saegh because of her rights activism.
The Kremlin is cracking down on online anonymity. Again.
Russia also moved to block the website and its popular 'Wayback Machine' two years ago.
Activists called for a protest after four Syrian refugees died while in the custody of the Lebanese army.
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Local netizens reported that police officers at check points are randomly searching residents' devices to see if they have installed the surveillance app.
Amid wide-scale protests and a violent government crackdown, Afan Oromo musicians have begun to rise as a visible — and audible — driving inspiration for the opposition movement.
"The accusations of aiding an armed terrorist organisation against them are groundless. Workshops of this kind are common, essential education for human rights organisations."