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SARH Systematic Review Programme for South Asia : Call for competitive systematic reviews and evidence summaries. For more details see announcement.

Network shutdowns in the news again

10-07-2015Election_DRC

This time it’s on account of elections in Congo. For an overview of the phenomenon, see CDT’s map and timeline. We first wrote about this problem in 2006. Then it was worked up into Gyanendra’s Law and its various exceptions. Image source

Kill switch in Egypt

I never expected an economy as advanced as that of Egypt to shut down the Internet. But it did. Not completely, as shown by the Figure in the Wired article that I have taken the excerpt below from. Egypt’s largest ISPs shut off their networks Thursday, making it impossible for traffic to get to websites […]

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