14 June 2019

Ethiopia: Days After Pledging to Expand Internet, Ethiopia's Government Shuts It Off

Days after Ethiopian ICT officials made public pledges to improve net access, the government began playing on-again, off-again with the internet -- shutting it down (almost completely) to coincide with the country's national exams.

Data provided to TechCrunch from Oracle's Internet Intelligence confirmed intermittent net blackouts from June 11 to 14, with connectivity returning for brief periods during that time-span.

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