Human rights study shows increasing violations of freedom of online expression in Gulf Nations

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A study from Berkeley Law's International Human Rights Law Clinic and the Gulf Centre for Human Rights identified an increase in violations of freedom of online expression and the use of surveillance technology against human rights defenders in Gulf regions.

A study from Berkeley Law’s International Human Rights Law Clinic and the Gulf Centre for Human Rights identified a trend of violation of freedom of open expression and the use of surveillance technology against human rights defenders in Gulf regions and neighboring countries.
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