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Digital Rights in Closing Civic Space: Lessons from Ten African Countries
This report introduces findings from ten digital rights landscape country reports on Egypt. They analyse how the openings and closings of online civic space affect citizens' digital rights. They show that: (1) when civic space closes offline citizens often respond by opening civic space online; (2) when civic space opens online governments often take measures to close online space; and (3) the resulting reduction in digital rights makes it impossible to achieve the kind of inclusive governancedoi:10.19088/ids.2021.014 fatcat:xftn3v746rbavesdzpriudhiim