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Confirmed: is now in the midst of a near-total national internet shutdown; realtime network data show connectivity at 7% of ordinary levels after twelve hours of progressive network disconnections as public protests continue 📉 📰
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Hasan Abdulhadi Nov 16
Replying to @netblocks
Now we know from where Iraq government got the instruction from on how to deal with the ongoing protests
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Elliot Bishop Nov 16
We, as Iranian PEOPLE support your protests, these governments should go. There is smoke, sweat and blood in our streets too, brother. Down with the dictators
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Maryam Khoramshahi Nov 16
Replying to @netblocks @nh_shaheen
With the rise of social networking protests in Iran, activated The Iranian regime blocks and censors their news
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Maryam Khoramshahi Nov 17
Thank you for supporting Iranian people voice @idiuguzicu
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Fatemeh Fannizadeh Nov 16
Replying to @netblocks
The 7 remaining percent must be the gov own connections
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Roland Nov 16
Replying to @Fatalmeh @netblocks
Even the IRNA state news has been quiet for hours here though. They must really be in some form of DEFCON modus.
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Setaré⁦ Nov 16
Replying to @netblocks
Telephone lines are affected too, there's no international connection.
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BitaB ✌️ Nov 17
Replying to @netblocks
Iranians need free internet to free their country. Their voice should be heard. Do not allow the evil regime massacre people.
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Arash Nov 16
Replying to @netblocks @USAdarFarsi
The chart below provides near real-time information about traffic to & services in Iran's dictatorship regime has slowed down the Internet to censor news of mass in order to arrest & disappear innocent people
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