Internet governance and digital rights in Libya

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More than nine years after the revolution broke out in 2011 and the political conflict in Libya continues, the question of ensuring the digital rights of Libyans remains on the sidelines. Democratic Transition and Human Rights Support Center (DAAM) and Access Now present a report detailing the technical and legislative vacuum in the Internet sector, its results on the digital space and the rights of Internet users in Libya.

The report highlights the weak legislative framework of internet governance, weak internet governance institutions and the attempts to control them from various political parties, which has paved the way for these institutions to impose systematic control over the digital space without effective oversight or accountability by the judiciary.

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