Internet Blackout As of June 10th, the current ruling junta, the Transitional Military Council, cut off the remaining available internet in Sudan. Reports now reveal that the country is undergoing a ‘near total’ ban of its internet services. With social media becoming an important tool used by the protestors, the blackout was a means of suppressing and silencing the uprising while minimising the extreme reports coming out of the country. However, the Sudanese diaspora has stepped up and played an important role by sharing and spreading news when protestors couldn’t.
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