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Free speech under siege in Jordan with new cybercrime law | #cybercrime | #computerhacker

Experts fear for freedom of expression in Jordan as King Abdullah II approves new cybercrime law on August 12. The law will replace the current cybercrime legislation enforced in 2015.

Deemed a “draconian” bill by human rights watchdogs, the new law gives authorities new powers to censor content online, throttle websites, block social media, and persecute those posting unauthorized content or using VPN services “with the intent of committing a crime or preventing its discovery.”


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