Why is privacy so hard to protect in Tunisia?
Recent articles in Tunisia

How unconstitutional laws are criminalising peaceful speech in post-revolution Tunisia.

Tunisia has secured greater press freedom than many of the Arab Spring countries, but local journalists told CPJ that with elections slated for this year, challenges including funding, transparency, and government pressure remain.

A man wearing the flag of Tunisia raises a rainbow flag while a placard reads 'no to the anal test' on National Womens Day in Tunis, 13 August 2018, Chedly Ben Ibrahim/NurPhoto via Getty Images

Tunisian authorities are confiscating and searching the phones of men they suspect of being gay and pressuring them to take anal tests and to confess to homosexual activity.