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Censorship The Internet

Internet Traffic In Libya Goes Dark Amid Upheaval 36

Posted by CmdrTaco
from the it's-all-crazy-out-there dept.
We've been keeping an eye on the Libyan internet censorship surrounding the revolution going on there, the latest word is that now their Internet is completely shut down as of a few hours ago. They also point out that this isn't quite as significant as in Egypt, where many people have net access. In Libya just 6% of the population have any internet access at all.
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Internet Traffic In Libya Goes Dark Amid Upheaval

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