Maintained by the SecDev Foundation, a Canadian not-for-profit organization. It
aims to provide tools to encourage digital openness in Syria. In addition to links to resources for activists, the digital security news section is a good source of reports on social media analysis of the conflict and reports of digital censorship within the region.
The Syrian observatory for human rights is another key area for finding reports on the current situation. It has interviews, videos and photos of violations from the scene.
Syria digital security monitoring project
Posted by Andrew Dunn in Social Sciences and Humanities Librarians’ Blog on April 19, 2013
Posted in Criminology, International Relations, Media and Communication, Politics, Risk, Crisis and Disaster Management, Security and risk | Tagged Censorship, Communication, Democracy, Digital media, Internet, Media and Communication, Middle East, New media, Politics, Protest, Social media | Leave a response
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