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Tunisian Prime Minister Ali Laarayedh speaks during a meeting as part of the dialogues between Tunisia's ruling Islamists and the opposition at the Palais des Congres in Tunis, Tunisia, 05 October 2013. (EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA )
The launch of a telecommunication investigative agency in Tunisia is raising concerns over the return of web surveillance and censorship in the country. Following an order by Prime Minister Ali Larayedh, the government established the Technical Agency of Telecommunication (ATT).