Lawyer Abdullah Hashem Referred to Trial over Charge of Broadcasting News that would Harm National Security
Lawyer Abdullah Hashem said that the Public Prosecution referred him to the fifth minor court on charges of "deliberately broadcasting false news knowing that it would harm national security and public order." Hasem's charge is based on 8 tweets he published about the community affairs.
Full Story of Ibrahim Al-Dosari’s Arrest
The question is no longer whether a former undersecretary in Prime Minister Khalifa bin Salman's cabinet has been arrested or not, but why he has been arrested now. Has the war to remove the prime minister from his chair, which has lasted more than 40 years, begun?
Anti-Cyber Crime Directorate Summons Aref Al-Mulla
Lawyer Abdullah Hashem said that the Anti-Cyber Crime Directorate summoned activist Aref Al-Mulla for investigation on Monday (November 18, 2019) without mentioning the reasons.
Interior Ministry Warns of Fake Revenue-Generating Websites
Director-General of Anti-corruption and Economic and Electronic Security warned of some fake websites managed from outside Bahrain that promise its victims of fast richness. They use names and logos of known and trustworthy websites to deal and invest money in shares and currencies. They cheated their victims of quick and significant revenues.
King Hamad Gives Green Light to Security Agencies to be Strict with Tweeters
Bahrain Press Association (BPA) issued in May its annual report for 2018 entitled "Bahrain, the Kingdom of Closed Doors".
Bahrain Rejects UN Call to Release HR Activist Nabeel Rajab
Bahrain on Friday rejected a UN call to release prominent activist Nabeel Rajab, saying he is serving a five-year sentence for “false” tweets “which do not fall within freedom of expression”.
Bahrain’s Anti-Cyber Crimes Directorate Warns Citizens of Attempts to Hack and Steal Data on Whatsapp
Bahrain's Anti-Cyber Crime Directorate has warned against theft of private information and phone numbers installed in the Whatsapp social networking program.
“Inciters of Online Chaos”: Who’s the National Security Torturer and Who’s the Madman?
A Bahraini Interior Minister announcement including photos and names of people, dubbed “inciters” of online chaos on social media, raised questions about their identities.
After PM's Criticism, Cybercrime Directorate Says: We Act without Taking Heed of External Pressures
Director of the Anti-Cybercrimes Directorate of the General Authority for Combating Corruption and Economic and Cyber Security said that all employees are performing their duties without paying heed to any external pressures.
Bahrain Arrests 6 including Anti-Cybercrime Dept. Employee on Charges of Managing “Na’eb Na’eb” Twitter Account, Says Activist
Activist Yousef Al-Jamri said the authorities arrested 6 citizens over charges related to a Twitter account called “Na’eb Na’eb”, including an officer at the Ministry of the Interior and a member of the Anti-Cybercrime Department.