Free Internet Program Shut Down in EgyptAdded: Thursday, December 31st, 2015
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Facebook seems to be very disappointed by the closure of the service in Egypt that provided access to the worldwide web without data charges to more than 3 million people. However, the company still hopes that the situation will be resolved in the near future.
Facebook officially complained that a program that had been providing free basic online services to over 3 million citizens of the country has been shut down. In its statement to the media, the social network announced that it was very disappointed by the shutdown of the program and hopes to “resolve this situation”, meaning that the program can be restored in the near future.
Facebook explained that the service, which was shutdown on the 30th of December, provided access to the worldwide web without data charges, including to over a million people who were not previously connected. This program was launched with Etisalat Egypt a few months ago and was even highlighted at an entrepreneurship fair in Cairo. Unfortunately, neither Etisalat nor Egyptian officials explained the reasons for the shutdown.
Thursday, December 31st, 2015
|A parody of the real internet and without doubt the first line for cyber infiltration by the NSA/CIA as most of the social networks have been created for this very purpose in the past from bebo to myspace,Facebook is no stranger to monitoring and data mining and after previous involvement in the country by America even a free service by them is not going to sway anyone into believing their raison d`etre is purely altruistic,nothing is for free and the cost is often to be found more costly ultimately for those complacent enough to trust them.|
|And the sheeple couldn't jump in quick enough. Now that they teased em with a taste they gonna charge em for it.||
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