Source: Sean Gallagher, ars technica
Censorship and government monitoring aren’t the only problems facing Syrian Internet users.
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Source: Jillian C. York, EFF
EFF has long contended that existing export controls—maintained by the Departments of Treasury and Commerce—hinder the ability of activists in countries like Syria to communicate.
Source: Electronic Frontier Foundation
As the violence escalates across Syria, so do the campaigns of targeted malware attacks against Syrian activists, journalists, and members of the opposition, which covertly install surveillance software on their computers.
Source: Christian Science Monitor
For years, average Syrians were blocked from Facebook, YouTube and other social media by Bashar al-Assad’s repressive police-state government.
For about 40 minutes today, all networks routed through the Syrian incumbent, Syrian Telecommunications Establishment were withdrawn from the global routing table, effectively cutting off most of Syria from the Internet.
As violence began racing through Syria last year, two European contractors were putting the finishing touches on an encrypted radio system that Syrian officials intended for their security forces, according to leaked company emails and three senior employees involved in the project.