Digital Privacy in Jordan: Perceptions and Implications among Human Rights Actors

Author(s)
Information and Research Center - King Hussein Foundation (IRCKHF), 7iber
Publisher(s)
Information and Research Center - King Hussein Foundation (IRCKHF)
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Year
2015
Language(s)
English
Scope
National
Funded by
7iber
Type of Resource
Research Paper

In recent years, a lot of attention has been paid to issues of digital privacy. Incidents such as the revelations made by Edward Snowden raised a lot of concern globally about the state of digital surveillance all over the world. In an attempt to bring a local perspective to this global debate, IRCKHF and 7iber collaborated in a research project titled: “Digital Privacy in Jordan: Perceptions and Implications among Human Rights Actors”.  The research explores the manner that human rights actors in Jordan regard digital privacy, how secure their own, and what kind of intrusions do they think would be plausible in the case of Jordan.

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