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After hundreds of protestors were killed, jailed, maimed or injured during the 2011 popular revolts, a peaceful transfer of power deal was secured, ending the 33-year reign of Ali Abdullah Saleh and handing the presidency to his deputy Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi.Within the last several years, much has happened in the Yemeni cybersphere, particularly in the area of online freedom of expression.
With an internet penetration not exceeding 14%, it was also not surprising to see Yemen rank lowest on the Global Web Index 1 released in 2013 by the Web Foundation.
He further indicated that an anonymous source working for Yemen Net verified the existence of advanced spying tools utilised by the national security.
Among the highest profile individuals attacked during that time was Nobel Laureate Tawakkol Karman, whose Facebook account was hacked multiple times.
Despite the low level of internet activity compared to other countries, cases of website blocking were documented and several individuals complained about surveillance of their phone calls and hacking of their email and Facebook accounts.
While there were no documented cases of digital surveillance in Yemen, some cyber activists have expressed concern that if it is not already the case, surveillance technology will soon be used by the authorities, particularly the national security agency, to spy on digital communication.
The United States Department of State's 2012 human rights report 3 has also given credibility to reports that the Yemeni authorities monitored email and internet chat rooms.
An app entitled Yemen Phone was produced, allowing anyone to access millions of Yemeni citizens' names and phone numbers and even physical addresses.Hamza Alshargabi, who was active on Facebook in supporting the 2011 anti-Saleh uprising, indicated that his Facebook account and those of many of his friends were hacked during that period, probably due to their activities in support of the revolution.He discovered that his account was hacked when he realised that notifications were marked as “read” during the time he was logged off.Such violations have resulted in an environment of fear where online journalists and even regular users succumbed to self-censorship to avoid harm.As Yemen has no laws or regulations protecting the privacy of citizens, cases where private information was published online have emerged.To many privacy advocates such as Fahmi Al-Baheth, this was a major privacy breach that was only partially remedied by removing telephone numbers and email addresses while keeping all the other information public and accessible on the Commission's official website.