Press Report: Activists in Bahrain have become Unable to Express their Views, They Exercise Self-Censorship due to Repression
The Bahrain Press Association (BPA) said in a report that dissidents, civil society activists in Bahrain and those prevented by the political isolation law from engaging in civil or political activity have become unable to express their stances and comment on internal affairs, except through equivocal words and indirectly.
This is What Happened to Tweeters and Online Activists in Bahrain until Mid-2021: BPA
The London-based Bahrain Press Association (BPA) documented 15 cases of abuses against journalists, media professionals and tweeters during the first half of 2021.
Million Bahrainis Use Facebook, 700,000 Instagram, 581,000 Twitter and 825,000 SnapChat: Statistics
Bahrain's total population in January 2019 reached 1.60 million, and the total number of mobile subscribers reached 2.63 million, i.e. 164% more than the population, while internet users reached 1.54 million, Al-Watan newspaper reported on Friday, February 8, 2019.
Bahrain...File of Journalistic Pieces that Ended the BBC’s Neutrality
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): For years, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) was an example of media transparency and neutrality to a great extent in its tackling of global issues. Has this time ended? Yes, at least concerning Bahrain.