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Government of SUDAN blocks access to the internet and hacks activists site following protests

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by WarEveryWhere, Jan 30, 2011.

  1. WarEveryWhere Member

    Hello folks
    Sudan is one of the biggest countries in africa and the middle east, the wave of protest against dictators and tyrannies has started there too. Sudan is the only country ruled by muslem fundamentalists since 1989.
    The government of Sudan has blocked the access to the biggest sudanese discussion platform : www.sudaneseonline.com and to facebook. the site sudaneseonline.com which is used by activists to mobilize people has been under heavy attack since days, NOW it can not be reached inside and outside Sudan.
    Please follow
  2. Anonymous Member

    and another one...
  3. WarEveryWhere Member

    yep, situation is really drastic, the have learnt from the lessons in Tunisia and Egypt and prepared themselves as much as they can, beginning by blocking all channels of communication.
    I watched a video sending a message to the Egyptian government warning it on the freedom of speech, a similar one to the sudanese government may help

    here are some links about what happend today:

    http://www.voanews.com/english/news/Sudanese-Students-Stage-Anti-Government-Protests-114894029.html

    http://www.sudantribune.com/Sudanese-youth-seek-to-follow,37798

    regards
  4. dvybeyond Member

    thx wareverywhere

    2011 starts really tumultuous
    i just hope this wont end bloody too...
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  5. shaydhein Member

    Its total caos all over the world... we hope there will be no blood but there will be. I just hope there will not be rivers of it. Save the ppl and fuck the damn government
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  6. If you have contacts in country and they aren't in the know, let them know about various proxy services. TOR kicks ass, but it may be inundated as a result of events in Egypt, Tunisia, and Yemen.
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  7. Herro Member

    Hey, blocking access to websites is just a peaceful method of protest. The Sudanese government isn't doing anything wrong.
  8. Anonymous Member

    still...
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  9. shaydhein Member

    And what, that should be ok? Um no!

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