The JR Express Censored
The JR Express Censored
Here is a short video or kind of report I did as a final project for my Digital Media Literacy course at university. It tackles the issue of media censorship in Lebanon and how the web can be used to overcome it. Here is the list of some ideas covered in the report:
• Arab countries and Arab league
• Media laws and regulations in Lebanon
• Power of control over media and the press in Lebanon
• Contradictions in Lebanese media laws
• The web as a tool to overcome censorship
• Internet Censorship
Check out the video and let me know what you think about it and about the topic. I would be very interested to get different opinions about the topic 🙂
You may also be interested to check out: Media and Arab Stereotypes.
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