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NetBlocks.org Jun 24
Report: has now been disconnected from the internet over 48 hours following an apparent coup attempt in state; 97% of country currently offline according to real-time network data; situation unclear as blackout continues 📄📉
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ፈቃዱ fekadu 15h
Where are the campaigners? Is not yet on your list?
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The Web Foundation Jun 17
🇸🇩 🇪🇹 🇩🇿 🇻🇪 🇱🇷 🇰🇿 All suffered disruptions in the past week. Follow for the latest on disruptions and shutdowns. .
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Lesley Anne Warner Jun 20
Already this year, at least six governments in Africa have shut down the internet - often with the complicity of western providers. is now in the 17th day of an internet blackout.
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Noah Buyon Jun 24
🤦🏻‍♀️ for everyone
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NetBlocks.org 19h
On 22 June 2018, Abiy's government declared free expression a foundational right and ordered the unblocking of over 200 sites. Instead, exactly one year later, the whole internet is blocked and is isolated from the world. — 📰
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Access Now Jun 22
To protect human rights, Sudan must .
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NetBlocks.org Jun 22
A contiguous area of Africa two thirds the size of the EU is currently cut off from the rest of the world due to internet shutdowns: ⏱: 20 days ⏱: 10 hours
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NetBlocks.org 17h
Urgent: has gone offline following earlier widespread mobile internet disruptions; near-total nationwide internet shutdown now in effect as opposition alleges stolen election; incident ongoing 📉
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NetBlocks.org 15h
Replying to @netblocks
Update: 's internet shutdown has entered its fourth day following a reported coup attempt in state; nationwide connectivity now up slightly at 9% of ordinary levels according to real-time network data; incident ongoing 📉
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Dorothy Mukasa Jun 25
Internet remains blocked despite Sunday's court order.
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NetBlocks.org Jun 22
Alert: Internet cut across amid reports of coup attempt targeting regional state government; nationwide connectivity currently now at 10% with capital and most states offline; incident ongoing ⚠️📉
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Estelle M. 51m
Thank you to the UK delegates for referring to ’s work in documenting internet and expressing support to the coalition. UK also expresses concerns on the impact of shutdowns on Human Rights
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Access Now 17h
As the in continues, please raise your voice on behalf of those who can’t. Spread the word on what is happening & call for the blackout to end now! Take action >>
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Freedom on the Net 12h
Amid the military's "clearance operations," 's government restricted mobile services in Rakhine and Chin States. Our own on why shutdowns are so dangerous:
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RSF 2h
Arbitrary arrests, , takeover of state-run media... The ruling military council is now using the same predatory techniques to gag the press than former dictator Omar al-Bashir it ousted a few weeks ago.
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NetBlocks.org Jun 19
Confirmed: YouTube, Google services, and Bing disrupted restricted in during live-streamed press conference in Caracas covering food security and agriculture with Juan Guaidó; incident ongoing, Google search also affected 📉
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NetBlocks.org Jun 22
Replying to @netblocks
Update: 's internet connectivity has fallen further to 2% with signs of a failed attempt to restore access only minutes ago, as information blackout around coup attempt continues ⬇️
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DDP 5h
All mobile phone operators were ordered to 'temporarily stop mobile internet traffic in nine townships in Rakhine and Chin State.
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MLDI - Media Defence Jun 24
"If the social media wasn't turned off June the 3rd: we would have been able to gather a million person protest." Video from the BBC on just some of the results of internet blackouts
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Access Now Jun 24
Replying to @accessnow
Also check out our 2018 report on the state of around the world.
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