In Egypt, should Internet access be an inalienable right? – Washington Post

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In Egypt, should Internet access be an inalienable right?
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Riots and unrest in Egypt have been ongoing all week, but the Internet only seemed to take notice when it affected the Internet. On Friday, news reports revealed that the government had shut down Internet access to its 80 million
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Internet cutoff fails to silence Egypt protestsThe Associated Press
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