Deplatforming and prison: what happens when Middle Eastern influencers violate the region’s public morals

Posted by Chloe James in Analysis

1 year ago

Countries in the Middle East have their own guidelines on what is and isn’t acceptable for creators to post online – and for those who breach these boundaries, there can be serious consequences. Said guidelines can seem nuanced, but as a general rule that means any content that violates cultural norms. In Saudi Arabia, anything found…

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