معنية برصد انتهاكات حقوق التعبير في حق الأفراد و المؤسسات.

Court has referred the appeal on the website blocking decision to College of Commissioners

14 May 2018

Supreme Court has referred the appeal, filed by the Association for Freedom of Expression, on the decision of banning a number of websites in Egypt, to the college of commissioners.

AFTE has called for obliging National Telecom Regulatory Authority administration to state it’s technical and administrative reasons for the websites’ blocking, guaranteeing the accessibility of the websites for the users, in lawsuit number 52474/71.


25th March 2018

Supreme Court has adjourned the appeal, filed by the Association for Freedom of Expression, on the decision of banning a number of websites in Egypt, to the 13th of May to view and respond to the documents applied.
 
AFTE has called for obliging National Telecom Regulatory Authority administration to state it’s technical and administrative reasons for the websites’ blocking, guaranteeing the accessibility of the websites for the users, in lawsuit number 52474/71.
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11st February 2018

National Telecom Regulatory Authority delegate stated that blocking websites decision has been mad by a security body and not by NTRA. The delegate added that having NTRA as a litigant in the lawsuit filed by the Assosiation for Freedom of Expression appeal on the decision, is only out of fear of confronting the security services. Supreme Court has adjourned the appeal to the 25th of march hearing.

AFTE has called for obliging the administration to state its technical and administrative reasons of the websites’ blocking, guaranteeing the accessibility of the websites for the users, in lawsuit number 52474/71.

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