A number of Middle Eastern governments have embraced the cause of improving public access to the internet, but at the same time use advanced filtering and surveillance technology to monitor online expression.
Joshua Topolsky mentioned in his article, “Wikipedia shut down its site Wednesday to voice opposition to the laws (Google, Reddit and several other sites also protested similarly).” As a result, this bill has not passed yet.
We can see that many people oppose Internet censorship.
Tunisia strictly controls internet service providers, regulates internet cafes, and uses filtering technology to block political, news, and human rights sites.
It has cited counterterrorism and the need to curb incitement to hatred and violence as among its justifications for censoring information online.