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Egyptian Regime Continues Takeover Of Media, Suppression Of Criticism

Since the ouster of Egyptian president Muhammad Morsi in 2013 and the rise to power of President ‘Abd Al-Fattah Al-Sisi, the regime under Al-Sisi’s leadership has been acting to take control of the media and suppress all dissent, including criticism of the regime’s treatment of its opponents, its economic policies, …

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Egypt tightens control on broadcasts, foreign channels

Egypt is continuing its crackdown on the media, warning against the use of mobile communications equipment — such as news vans equipped with satellite dishes — to broadcast outside the studios of the state’s Giza-based media complex, Egyptian Media Production City (EMPC).

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Egypt blocks over 34,000 websites in attempt to ‘shut down’ constitutional amendments opposition campaign

Internet service providers in Egypt blocked over 34,000 internet domains on Monday night in an apparent bid to stamp out a campaign opposing proposed amendments to the Constitution, the online censorship monitoring group NetBlocks told Mada Masr.

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