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When the day came to meet, he was late — so late that Firas almost called the whole thing off.At the last minute, his date pulled up in a car and offered to take Firas directly to his apartment.

The apps themselves have become both evidence of a crime and a means of resistance.

How an app is built can make a crucial difference in those cases.

A few blocks into the ride, Firas saw the checkpoint, a rare occurrence in a quiet, residential area like Mesaha.

When the car stopped, the officer working the checkpoint talked to Firas’ date with deference, almost as if he were a fellow cop. “Seven or eight people chased me,” he later told the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights, a local LGBT rights group. At that moment, I saw a person coming from a police microbus with a baton.

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The most recent wave of arrests started last September after an audience member unfurled a gay pride flag at a rock concert, something the regime took as a personal insult.

More than 75 people were arrested on debauchery charges in the weeks that followed.

But with developers thousands of miles away, it can be hard to know what to change.

It’s a new moral challenge for developers, one that’s producing new collaborations with nonprofit groups, circumvention tools, and a new way to think about an app’s responsibility to its users. Targets meet a friendly stranger on a gay dating site, sometimes talking for weeks before meeting in person, only to find out they’re being targeted for a debauchery case.

Eventually, the authorities offered him an informal deportation — a chance to leave the country, in exchange for signing away his asylum rights and paying for the ticket himself.

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