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Following an in-depth investigation by Bahrain Watch on internet disruption in the village of Duraz in Bahrain, more than 25 international human rights NGOs formed signed an open letter  letter calling on the Bahraini authorities to bring back full internet connection in the affected area.    Residents of the village were complaining of internet disruptions every day between 7:00… Read more »

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An extraordinary report co-authored by Bahrain Watch member Bill Marczak and his colleague at Citizen Lab, John Scott-Railton, has revealed a rare zero-day security vulnerability in the iPhone that can be exploited to remotely jailbreak an iPhone and install complex spyware, turning the phone into digital spy in your pocket.   The vulnerability was discovered when Ahmed Mansoor,… Read more »

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Contact: [email protected] Twitter: @bhwatch August 4, 2016   New Investigation Finds Bahrain ISPs Imposing “Internet Curfew” in Protest Area   A new technical investigation published today by Bahrain Watch finds evidence that Internet Service Providers (ISPs) Batelco and Zain have been deliberately degrading and disabling Internet services every night in the village of Duraz between… Read more »

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This post outlines evidence strongly suggesting Bahraini ISPs Batelco and Zain have been deliberately and covertly disabling fixed-line and mobile Internet services every night in Duraz, an area in which there are ongoing protests.   1. Executive Summary   Since 23 June 2016, residents of Duraz and neighboring villages along Budaiya Road been complaining of… Read more »