7amleh – Arab Center for the Advancement of Social Media
Articles by 7amleh – Arab Center for the Advancement of Social Media

According to new research from The Arab Center for the Advancement of Social Media (7amleh), at least 72% of Palestinians say they have been exposed to misleading news and identified Israeli authorities as a main source of misinformation.

In a new report, the Arab Centre for Advancement of Social Media (7amleh) documents the deployment of mass surveillance technologies by Israel during the coronavirus pandemic and explores the impact of these policies and practices on Palestinian digital rights.

According to the Arab Center for the Advancement of Social Media – 7amleh – Palestinian digital rights, privacy, and online freedom of expression are being targetted by emergency legislation amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

New research from the Arab Center for the Advancement of Social Media – 7amleh – examines how YouTube policies and practices are censoring Palestinians’ digital content and violating their digital rights.

From increased surveillance technologies to gender based online violence, a new report from The Arab Center for the Advancement of Social Media – 7amleh – sheds light on how a rise in digital rights violations against Palestinians is impacting their rights to privacy, assembly, and freedom of expression.

In 2019, one violent post against Arabs and Palestinians was published on Israeli social networks every 64 seconds. New research from the Arab Center for the Advancement of Social Media (7amleh) examines how Israeli elections contributed to the rise in violent discourse.

How a proposed new international convention on cybercrime poses a threat to human rights online; 7amleh in Palestine, and other network members sign an open letter to the UN General Assembly.

New research from 7amleh shows two-thirds of Palestinian youth are afraid to express their political opinions online.