Digital security law

Digital security law

Interview: Shahdeen Malik

‘Digital Security Act has made things difficult for the media’

Reputed Supreme Court lawyer Shahdeen Malik talks to Prothom Alo at length about the media in Bangladesh, the Digital Security Act and freedom of speech.

‘Digital Security Act has made things difficult for the media’

Digital Security Act

Journo arrested in case filed by Khulna city mayor

A journalist has been arrested in a case filed under Digital Security Act by Khulna City Corporation mayor and president of ruling Awami League’s Khulna city unit Talukder Abdul Khaleque

Journo arrested in case filed by Khulna city mayor

Bangladesh at 50

Booming economy, shrinking rights

Bangladesh turns 50 this week as an economic success story but also an increasingly repressive de facto one-party state where a cartoon or Facebook post can land you in jail, or worse

Installation work of the last span (41st) of Padma Bridge is underway at 10:49am on 10 December 2020

Man with no IT access framed under DSA

Harassment using Digital Security Act (DSA) continues unabated, despite protests

Man with no IT access framed under DSA

Govt enacted Digital Security Act to cling to power: Fakhrul

BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir has alleged that the current Awami League government had enacted the Digital Security Act to cling to power by force

BNP organises a rally demanding annulment of Digital Security Act in front of Press Club on Thursday

DSA

Court sets new date for further investigation report against Sami, 10 others

The case statement says the accused posted various propaganda and rumours on a Facebook page called ‘I am Bangladeshi’ to tarnish the image or reputation of the state and to spread confusion

Court sets new date for further investigation report against Sami, 10 others

Statement of Editors’ Council

Concerned over abuse of Digital Security Act, demands review

Sampadak Parishad (Editors’ Council) has once again voiced concern about the Digital Security Act

Concerned over abuse of Digital Security Act, demands review

Custodial death of Mushtaq

Nine Int'l organisations urge Bangladesh govt to repeal Digital Security Act

Nine international human rights organisations have urged the Bangladesh government to repeal the Digital Security Act (DSA) - under which both writer Mushtaq Ahmed and cartoonist Ahmed Kabir Kishore ...

Nine Int'l organisations urge Bangladesh govt to repeal Digital Security Act

Torture

Kishore kept in unknown place for 69 hrs, beaten, quizzed about cartoons

According to the case statement, a team of RAB-3 arrested Kishore from his Kakrail residence at 2:30pm on 5 May

Kishore kept in unknown place for 69 hrs, beaten, quizzed about cartoons

On amendment to Digital Security Act

You will see in a few days: Law minister

Whether the government plans to amend or change the Digital Security Act, will be seen in a few days, the law minister Anisul Huq said, replying to a query

You will see in a few days: Law minister
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