Israeli Forensics Product Used to Convict Bahraini Activist Who Underwent Torture

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  Cellebrite’s Universal Forensic Extraction Device (UFED) is designed to retrieve chat logs, texts, and other data from phones, in some cases bypassing PIN codes or passwords. A new joint investigation published today by Bahrain Watch and The Intercept presents evidence that Bahraini authorities have used forensics technology produced by Israel-based company Cellebrite to extract… Read more »

تقدر تكلفة قطع الانترنت المتعمد بأكثر من ١٠٥ ألف دينار، حوالي ٢٦٥ ألف دولار أمريكي، من جيوب الزبائن

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كشفت تحقيقات منظمة مرصاد البحرين “بحرين ووتش” في الشهر الماضي أن منذ 20 يونيو 2016، تقوم شركات الاتصالات في البحرين بإيقاف تشغيل خدمة الانترنت في قرية الدراز عمداً بشكل يومي من الساعة السابعة مساءاً حتى الساعة الواحدة صباحاً.و ذلك عن طريق تعطيل ابراج الاتصالات والتشويش على الخطوط الثابتة بنسبة 90% و تبين التحقيقات الأخيرة التي… Read more »

Duraz Internet Shutdown has cost residents more than 100,000 Bahraini Dinars (about 265,000 USD)

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Last month, a Bahrain Watch investigation found that since 20 June 2016, telecom companies in Bahrain have been deliberately shutting off internet service in the village of Duraz from 7:00 pm-1:00 am on a daily basis by disabling cell towers and dropping about 90% of packets on fixed-line connections.  Bahrain Watch has continued to track… Read more »

Ongoing Internet Curfew in Duraz for more than 100 Days

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In August, Bahrain Watch published a report providing technical evidence that Bahrain’s ISPs were deliberately disrupting fixed-line connections, and shutting down mobile data services, every night between 7:00PM and 1:00AM in the village of Duraz.  The village has been the site of ongoing protests since 20 June 2016, when Bahrain’s government revoked the citizenship of Sheikh Isa Qassim, one of… Read more »