Libya Internet Flatlines–Spurs Autonomous Internet

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Libya Internet is down again, according to Google tool

March 4, 2011 | 10:22 am  Los Angeles Times


Libya has shut off the Internet again, according to a Google monitoring tool.

As of about 8 a.m. PST Thursday (or 6 p.m. in Tripoli, Libya’s capital), the nation’s Internet traffic began to flatline, and has been at zero since, says Google’s Transparency Report.

Phi Beta Iota: While the world watches Libya, the USA is in the process of making the Internet a monopoly that can charge by the application instead of by the packet.  In brief, Internet “neutrality” is a  fraud in the USA, and the FCC is a front for the very large ISP’s just as the Federal Reserve is a front for the private banks.  Autonomous Internet is something that matters everywhere, including especially the USA.

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