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Telecommunication Servers Allow Egyptians to Break Censorship

Source: Home Daily News – By Richard French server has internet access available to the Egyptians a “small window with which to connect by telephone to the network and thus break the blockade imposed by the Egyptian authorities on Friday

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Mass. Company Helps Activists Avoid Online Government Censorship

Source: NECN – By John Moroney Before the Internet was shut down in Egypt on Friday, downloads skyrocketed. The streets of Cairo are filled with voices of dissent while more sophisticated forms of communication have been outlawed – including access

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Egypt Shuts Off Tech, Tries to Shut Up Protesters

Source: Fast Company – By Kit Eaton The Egyptian government, facing mass protests in the nation’s streets by citizens calling for regime change, has shut off the Internet, SMS, and BlackBerry service–and may have shuttered some mobile phone systems too.

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Anonymous Targets Egypt Over Internet Censorship

Source: ThinQ.co.uk – By Garth Helfacree Egypt’s blocking of microblogging service Twitter appears to be doing a particularly bad job of keeping a lid on the situation in the country, as news of police beatings and riots in the streets

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