The two Lebanese organisations Data Aurora and Maharat Foundation launched their interactive platform “Lebanon Protests”. An independent platform based on open data system that documents the demands of citizens and monitors the response of authorities. This platform also allows daily access to all data, statistics, and timelines related to the revolution, including discussions and engagements on social platforms all over the world, downloading and reusing them. The platform has been developed in a way that allows everyone to share and access data based on the freedom of expression and access to information rights.
Maharat condemns Persecution and discrimination against “Machrou’ Leila” Maharat condemns what happened with the band and considers it an act of persecution, discrimination and abuse of individuals’ civil, social, and cultural freedom.
On July 15th, engineer Riad El Asaad was summoned to an investigation by the cybercrime bureau in the Judicial Police, on the basis of a personal claim submitted by the contractor Jihad Al Arab to the Appeal Public Prosecution in Beirut.