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Submission + - Algeria's afraid to shut down its internet (motherboard.tv)

HansonMB writes: In the western world, the revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia have demonstrated to us a number of important things about the Middle East. Chief among them, that its people are not pre-disposed towards theocratic slavery, that great change through non-violent means is possible, and that government blockage of online services as a means of silencing dissent tends to backfire really badly.
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Algeria's afraid to shut down its internet

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