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Several countries turn off the internet when discontent smolders

An increasing number of countries are preventing citizens from reporting censurable conditions.

"I cannot come up with a single internet blocking that local human rights organizations have found legitimate," writes the Berkman Klein Center's Helmi Noman.

Read more at Aftenposten (in Norwegian)...

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