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31 December 2002
Parliamentarians Defend Right to Privacy of Communications Article 65 of Communications Bill Amended
The Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) today expressed its satisfaction with the outcome of the Parliament's debate over Article 65 of the Communications Bill, which would have expanded the government's power to engage in surveillance of private conversations and communications.
15 December 2002
EIPR Submits Memo on Article 65 of Communications Bill to MPs
The Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) submitted a memo prepared by its Right to Privacy Program to a group of Members of Parliament (MPs) today regarding Article 65 of the new Communication Bill.

The People's Assembly approved the bill on principle in its 14 December session despite concerns voiced by several MPs over negative implications the proposed bill would have on the right to privacy of communications.
25 August 2002
A Cairo appeals court starts considering Shohdy Surur's case
The Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) and the Hisham Mubarak Law Center (HMLC) have both announced today their resolute solidarity with Shohdy, son of late poet and playwright Naguib Surur, whose appeal starts tomorrow (Monday, 26 August) before the Sayyeda Zeinab Appeals Court of Misdemeanors at the Southern Cairo Courthouse in Bab al-Khalq.
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