Kuwait: Telecom Law Violates Free Speech

Kuwait’s new telecommunications law gives the government sweeping powers to block content, deny access to the Internet, and revoke licenses without giving reasons. The government should amend the law to limit the restrictions on telecommunication providers and users to no more than what international human rights law permits.

(Sanaa) – Kuwait’s new telecommunications law gives the government sweeping powers to block content, deny access to the Internet, and revoke licenses without giving reasons.

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By | 2017-07-24T03:20:52+00:00 August 21st, 2014|Civil and Political Rights|0 Comments