Posted March 4, 2011, 2:28 PM by Emil Protalinski | Filed in The Web
Libya has followed in the footsteps of Tunisia and Egypt. If you've been following the events in the Middle East, you'll realize that this means shutting down the Internet in the hope that it will stop protests against the government.
Posted February 20, 2011, 2:51 PM by Matthew DeCarlo | Filed in NATW
First, Libya blocked news sites and Facebook. Then, beginning Friday night, according to Arbor Networks, a network security and Internet monitoring company, announced that Libya had cut itself off from the Internet.