The United Nations has prepared a draft resolution to urge all countries to protect privacy in the context of digital communications.
Creative works acquire unreasonable protection through copyright law and this can act as a barrier for exercising some of our most fundamental human rights.
The majority of government bodies in Oman do not have an Internet use policy to regulate the extent to which the Internet can be used by its employees for work.
The government of Saudi has very recently adopted the new cybercrime law that was collectively drafted by the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).
Technology makes it easy for the public to copy and use information, reports, and other types of content created by the government, but doing any such act to government content is a violation of copyright law.