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A Tunis appeal court upheld a 27 May court decision requiring the ATI to create a filtering and censorship system to block access to pornographic websites

A Tunis appeal court upheld a 27 May court decision requiring the Tunisian Internet Agency (ATI) to create a filtering and censorship system to block access to pornographic websites. ATI said it would refer the case to the country’s highest appeal court because it did not have the “financial and technical resources” to do this. Moneem Turki, who represents the group of lawyers behind the legal initiative to have the filtering introduced, said ATI would have to begin implementing the order at once because it would not be suspended pending the outcome of the second appeal.

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