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BREAKING: 16-Month Social Media Ban in Chad To Be Lifted

People use social media to communicate, organise, trade, and study, amongst other things. Not only are internet blackouts a human rights infringement, but they are also directly involved in economic losses.

BREAKING: 16-Month Social Media Ban in Chad To Be Lifted
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