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Egypt, a nation forced offline

Egypt, a nation forced offline

The Egyptian government has taken an unprecedented action, shutting down nearly all internet and mobile access into an out of the country. Egypt did not just put up a firewall for its 80 million citizens, it has forced networks completely offline. The only internet activity remaining is of the Egyptian stock exchange and some government departments.

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Guest: Yepp (2488 days ago)
Latest comment: The whole eastern block tubled without the help of the internet... So this will not help the Egyptian government.
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Latest comment: The whole eastern block tubled without the help of the internet... So this will not help the Egyptian government.
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