Video | Blocked for 300 days
Members of Mada Masr's team relay what it's like to work as a journalist for a website that has been blocked for ten months
 
 
 

Members of Mada Masr’s team relay what it’s like to work as a journalist for a website that has been blocked for 10 months. Three hundred days into the website’s block in Egypt, the Court of Administrative Justice decided today to reopen the case between Mada Masr Media and the National Telecommunications Regulatory Agency (NTRA) for further arguments, instead of announcing a verdict in the case as scheduled.

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