Uganda's January 13, 2021 Internet Shut Down
January 15, 2021 5:54PM
Two days ago, through its communications regulator, Uganda's government ordered the "Suspension Of The Operation Of Internet Gateways" hours before the country's general election. This action was confirmed by several users and journalists who got access to the letter sent to Internet providers....
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