Visualizing censorship in Egypt
Courtesy: Visualizing Impact

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Throughout the past two years, Egypt has been witnessing different forms of media censorship. Censorship is conveyed and practiced through legal measures, impunity against assaulting media professionals, politicized editorial pressure, and crony private-ownership of media outlets. In an attempt to document structures of censorship in Egypt, Visualizing Impact and Mada Masr collaborated to create a series of visuals, the first of which we release on World Press Freedom Day. 


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