Protests in Libya caused its government to start blocking social networking and news sites, eventually cutting the Internet off completely. The regime shut down the net prior to soldiers slaughtering protestors, with death counts already reaching 200. Dictatorships are doing everything they can to silence its opposition. Read the full article at ZDNet.com
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