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A company discloses the magnitude of losses due to Internet censorship in Iraq

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A company discloses the magnitude of losses due to Internet censorship in Iraq

Post  RamblerNash on Tue Jul 17, 2018 10:22 pm

A company discloses the magnitude of losses due to Internet censorship in Iraq

Twilight News

8 hours ago

The market for Internet marketing in Iraq is estimated at 40 million dollars a day. The Iraqi government is not denying the people's right to use the Internet and social media.

"The Internet is a part of life and the daily need of people in various sectors such as education, health, security and commerce, and governments can not invoke pretexts," said a statement issued by the company on Tuesday. Flimsy and robbing this right of people according to their wishes. "

"The statements by Coste Tul and Pete Blux, which guessed the effects and opportunities, show that the closure of Internet lines and social media makes Iraq lose $ 40 million a day," she said.

"We will follow through with our partners in the world this matter carefully, and we will continue to work to restore the digital rights of people," the company added.

The Iraqi authorities have cut off Internet access and social networking for citizens in an attempt to prevent the spread of popular protests in several provinces in central and southern Iraq.


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