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United Arab Emirates Internet censorship plan (2006)

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March 17, 2008
Confidential United Arab Emirates internet censorship plan. UAE Telecommunications Regulatory Authority policy Internet Content Filtering Version 1.0 final draft dated 24 September 2006 as received by Mr. Osman Sultan, Chief Executive Officer, Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company. 17 pages including cover letters.
fast site, current site, Sweden, US, Latvia, Slovakia, UK, Finland, Netherlands, Poland, Tonga, Europe, SSL, Tor

United Arab Emirates
Government (bureaucracy)
UAE Telecommunications Regulatory Authority
Primary language
File size in bytes
File type information
PDF document, version 1.4
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SHA256 c76880e72d2a5d7d5f983748007dd27c35c5c0c0ac8eca64b681c31b51d04eb5

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