Saudi Arabia is a Middle Eastern kingdom that is primarily Islamic, and it has a Arab majority.

Censorship is pervasive as it is an Islamic country, and the Saudi Arabian government's human rights record is poor. Ranked 169th out of 180 in Reporters Without Borders' freedom of the press.

Movies censorship[edit | edit source]

Public cinemas were outlawed from 1983 to 2017.

TV Shows censorship[edit | edit source]

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Internet censorship[edit | edit source]

Ranked "Not Free" by Freedom House's Freedom on the Net, scoring 25 out of 100.

  • The Saudi government uses an American filter to censor pornography and occasionally block access to blogs, journals, Flickr...
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