Both free speech and political dissent are stifled in Kuwait. Authorities have stripped Kuwaitis of their nationality, some of whom appear to be targeted because they represented opposition voices. Kuwait has prosecuted people for criticizing the government on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, and, under its telecommunications law, the government can deny access to the Internet, block content, and revoke service providers’ licenses. The government has yet to address the citizenship concerns of minority groups such as the Bidun, who are stateless in Kuwait. Women are discriminated against, and Kuwait has no laws prohibiting domestic violence, sexual harassment, or marital rape.