Posts Tagged: censorship

Big Brother Headlines

Whether it’s owned by the state, or “independent” businessmen, Egypt’s front page headlines are all coined identically by the army’s Department of Morale Affairs.

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Support Khaled Abol Naga

One of Egypt’s leading actors, Khaled Abol Naga, is currently facing a smearing campaign from the regime propagandists in state and private TV, after he called on President Sisi to leave and lashed out against his police state. One of the regime cronies, Lawyer Samir Sabry, has even filed a lawsuit asking the authorities to

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More censorship

After banning Bassem Youssef’s Albernameg, now the interior ministry has pressured two satellite stations into banning an Egyptian soap opera, due to air in Ramadan, because it was written by Belal Fadl, included pro-revolution artists like Amr Waked and Basma, and dealt with the corruption of the police force.

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Western Mubaraks

Britain threatens to shut down social media sites, like Facebook and Twitter, or banning suspected “rioters” from using them. In New York, the “NYPD has formed a new unit to track troublemakers who announce plans or brag about their crimes on Twitter, MySpace and Facebook.” While in California: A rail transit provider in the United

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