Moreover, there are growing numbers of ways that people and organizations use web cams. Webcams have also been used in collaborative contexts—connecting doctors, students, musicians and archaeologists across the globe—and in monitoring political candidates’ events.
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In April 2015, Abdullah al-Fakharany and Samhi Mustafa, respectively the executive director and co-founder of the news site , were sentenced to life in prison for their coverage of the violent dispersal of a pro-Mohamed Morsi sit-in in August 2013.
They were detained during that month for “disturbing the peace,” but a judge later increased the charges to “spreading chaos,” “spreading false information,” and “forming an operations room to direct the Muslim Brotherhood to defy the government.” At least two users were handed prison sentences for insulting religion online, and LGBT users faced arrests for You Tube videos under the crime of “inciting debauchery.” Meanwhile, extralegal attacks by angry mobs for religious speech—sometimes with the complicity of local security forces—remains a security concern for ordinary users.
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Nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) also face increasing pressure under strict laws requiring them to register with the authorities and obtaining approval for receiving foreign funding. In addition, new cybercrime and antiterrorism laws were proposed that included harsh penalties for broadly worded crimes applicable to online activities, such as setting up websites that could be construed as being related to terrorism. The antiterrorism law was passed in August 2015, despite fervent criticism from local activists and the international human rights NGOs.
Journalists and social media users continue to be prosecuted for political, social, and religious speech.
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