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    When it comes to curbing dissent and freedom of expression, some governments take the drastic step of shutting down the internet. Across the world, internet shutdowns and deliberate slowdowns are becoming more common and they generally occur when someone usually a government intentionally disrupts the internet or mobile apps to control what people do or say. According to Access Now data, India has the most shutdowns of any country by a huge distance - in alone. By comparison, second-placed Pakistan only had 12 shutdowns that year. In many countries, flicking the off switch on the internet is a preemptive or reactive measure in response to mass or potential unrest. Egypt's revolution and the failed Turkish military coup of are prime examples.
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    Africa internet: Where and how are governments blocking it?

    This is becoming more common in some African countries, where governments have sometimes shut down or restricted the internet and access to social media platforms. Uganda is the latest country to do so in the run-up to its presidential election on 14 January. Digital rights activists say it's censorship, but governments argue it helps maintain security. A government can restrict access by ordering internet service providers ISPs to limit access to their subscribers. As a more extreme measure, the authorities can order service providers to block all internet access.
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    Congress get to work, human rights in the digital era need to be at the top of their agenda. On the occasion of Data Protection Day , we explore what the future of data protection could look like. We call on lawmakers to strengthen and protect their rights, online and off. Update: February 4, — As protesters bang on pans and march in the streets of Myanmar in response to the sudden and violent military coup, authorities are countering with escalating censorship, including blocking Facebook access. In Kenya, the right to privacy is already in jeopardy, but a new amendment to the law is deepening the crisis.
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