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One-Year-Old Social Media Blackout Continues in Chad Despite Appeal

Social media services like Facebook, Twitter and Whatsapp have been banned in Chad for a year now, and the Appeal Court has backed the government for it to continue indefinitely.

One-Year-Old Social Media Blackout Continues in Chad Despite Appeal
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