Has Morsi Pulled a Mubarak and Cut the Internet Off Tahrir Square?

From Global Voices ยป Egypt Fri Nov 23 2012, 13:51:08

Egyptian netizens are reporting Internet cuts around Tahrir Square, the epi-centre of the Egyptian revolution while others are saying it in working fine. If the Internet is being disrupted by the authorities, it brings to mind what happened on the second day of the start of the Egyptian revolution, when access to the Internet was cut off in Egypt on January 26, 2011.

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