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Saudi Arabia in ten brutal facts | Amnesty International Saudi Arabia is among the world’s top executioners, with dozens of people being put to death annually, many in public beheadings. So far this year 40 people have been executed – almost four times the equivalent number for this time last year. Crackdown on activists Internet censorship in Saudi Arabia - 1471 Words Saudi Arabia leads other Arab countries in internet censorship by blocking website content from pornography, politics, entertainment, humor and religion among others (Black 203). Internet is heavily censored using “sophisticated” filtering system run by Internet Services Unit (ISU) that is based at the King Abdulaziz City for Science and

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Oct 22, 2018 Saudi Arabia Lifts 35 Year Ban on Movie Theaters but State Censorship. With Chinese investment in Hollywood slowing, Saudi Arabia is seen as the ideal replacement for both financing productions and box office revenues. However, just as studios have to tolerate Chinese state censors editing their productions they will likely come into conflict with Saudi Arabia’s ultra-conservative morality. Internet Censorship and the Intraregional Geopolitical Jan 16, 2019 Saudi Arabia: Censorship of Netflix is latest proof of Saudi Arabia: Censorship of Netflix is latest proof of crackdown on freedom of expression 2 January 2019, 12:53 UTC Responding to news that Netflix have removed an episode from a comedy show in Saudi Arabia, after officials from the Kingdom complained that it violated cyber-crime laws, Samah Hadid, Middle East Director of Campaigns at Amnesty