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Duke Law Journal Arab Justice integrity law governmental corruption Accountability Judiciary Civil Society Constitutional reform Template for Cyber-Legislation in Bahrain and Syria This report complements the first Study: “Templates of Cyber legislations in the ESCWA countries”, and comprises an electronic study, which presents a review of the status of the Cyber legislations on the regional and international levels. The study gives examples about the legislative basics and points out the interests and expected challenges to set out more extensive cyber legislations. The study focuses on the following topics: (A) Data protection and privacy rights; (B) Protection of privacy and communications in the field of telecommunications; (C) Freedom of speech and censure on the Internet; (D) Intellectual Property; (E) E-Commerce and E-transactions and related fields; (F) Consumer Protection; (G) Cyber Crimes. This report has been drafted by experts Roula Zayat and Jean Akl under the supervision of Dr. For the full copy please click here (available only in Arabic)
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