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Digital Privacy in Jordan: Perceptions and Implications
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Civil Society Empowerment

Digital Privacy in Jordan: Perceptions and Implications


The IRCKHF partnered with 7iber on a research project on digital privacy in Jordan. The research aimed to investigate the concept of digital privacy and capture the knowledge, the perceptions and the experiences of different Jordanians. This six-month project was based on a series of in-depth interviews with Jordanians in the fields of journalism, activism, law, development, and information communication technologies.

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