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PostSubject: Iraq Shuts Down Internet In Response To Baghdad Protests   Sat Jul 14, 2018 11:59 am

Latest in questionable line of power tactics as Iraqi government turns off internet for nearly four hours
The Iraqi government has shut down internet access in the country in response to mass protests in the capital of Baghdad.
Thousands of demonstrators marched on Tahrir Square in central Baghdad Friday morning, protesting in opposition to alleged corruption within the current government, which in turn, stopped internet access to most areas of the country, except in Kurdistan, because the protest was deemed illegal.


The demonstrators held placards reading “Yes, yes to reform. No, no to sectarianism. No, no to corruption”, according to Al Jazeera news.
Internet access appeared to go down at 3.39 UTC, but was restored at 7.15 UTC.
The outage was spotted by internet performance company Dyn, a company that measures and researches global internet connectivity.

History of outages


Doug Madory, director of internet analysis at Dyn, told TechWeekEurope that the company picked up on the outage this morning.
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“There’s a history of outages in Iraq, they seem to do this more and more these days for things as trivial as sixth grade exams,” he said.
“It went down at 3.39 UTC, and then it returned at 7.15 UTC.
“There was just a UN resolution condemning internet outages, and that was slightly in response to previous Iraqi outages.”
That UN resolution came just two weeks ago, when the organisation published a paper called The promotion, protection and enjoyment of human rights on the Internet.
The resolution criticises the practice of shutting down internet access to citizens. While it was passed by consensus, certain countries such as China and Russia attempted to change parts of the resolution by changing the text of the resolution.
Other countries backed China and Russia’s view, such as Saudi Arabia, India, and South Africa.
But the resolution states: “The same rights that people have offline must also be protected online, in particular freedom of expression, which is applicable regardless of frontiers and through any media of one’s choice, in accordance with articles 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.




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In Iraq, the government can give the order to block access to the fibre network in the country from ISPs.
“So in Iraq there’s a fibre backbone…and the government maintains the keys to that,” Madory explained.
“That’s typically how they implement these shut downs. They can give orders to the government entity that runs the fibre to just disable the fibre optic connections that most of the country relies on.”
The Iraqi government, headed by Haider al-Abadi, had previously cut off access to the internet in May in an attempt to stop its sixth graders cheating in exams.
Before that, the government shut down internet communications in response to the city of Mosul falling to ISIS in June 2014.
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PostSubject: Re: Iraq Shuts Down Internet In Response To Baghdad Protests   Sat Jul 14, 2018 6:17 pm

The only reason that they turn the internet off, is that they don't want the people to know what is going on in their county- Pretty sad isn't it, but they come up with some f'n cockamaimee excuse as to why they think they need to shut it off-They are stupid, big time....
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PostSubject: Re: Iraq Shuts Down Internet In Response To Baghdad Protests   Sat Jul 14, 2018 7:06 pm

t besides that the civil is brewing fast with m directing  the moves btw everything was moving along nicely until m lost . now look at it Iraq is heading into shambles. any connection?
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PostSubject: Re: Iraq Shuts Down Internet In Response To Baghdad Protests   Sat Jul 14, 2018 7:09 pm

Internet disruptions in Iraq and government authorities did not provide any warning



14-07-2018 10:54 PM

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The pioneers of the social networking site "Twitter" Twitter comments about the interruption of Internet service in the country in part, in addition to the lack of access to the social networking site Facebook.

Sources in the cities of central and southern Iraq said it was difficult to send pictures or videos via the Internet, explaining that the government authorities did not provide any official warning or clarification because of the sudden deterioration in the Internet service.

http://www.alforat.info/index.php?page=article&id=58721
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PostSubject: Re: Iraq Shuts Down Internet In Response To Baghdad Protests   Sat Jul 14, 2018 8:42 pm

Jayzze, there is ALWAYS a connection when Maliki is involved- If Maliki isn't taken down, civil war will be on the horizon, for sure-
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