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Marcin de Kaminski
marcin.dekaminski at gmail.com
Sat Dec 17 07:02:36 PST 2011
Telecomix are setting up dialups as we speak, in an operation coordinated
with some isps across Europe. Information will be sent around as soon as
everything is set up.
More is ofc always needed.
Den 17 dec 2011 15:17 skrev "Rebecca MacKinnon" <rebecca.mackinnon at gmail.com
> Some members of this list may have seen news of the government crackdown
> in Kazakhstan.
> Excerpt from the HRW report:
> "The government has apparently shut down access to at least some mobile,
> voice, and text services in Zhanaozen. By late afternoon, Human Rights
> Watch could no longer reach workers by mobile phone, and access to
> Twitter.com and other news sites reporting on the unrest had been blocked
> by the authorities. “Without a means to communicate with the outside world,
> people in Zhanaozen are extremely vulnerable,” Rittmann said."
> Is anybody aware of efforts to set up dial-up access, satellite internet
> access, ad hoc radio or wireless networks or anything for Kazakhstan? I'm
> hearing rumors (unconfirmed) that shutdown of Internet and some mobile
> services may extend beyond Zhanaozen.
> If anybody is aware of any efforts underway please let me know either on
> or off-list. I know some people who may be interested in supporting such
> efforts but they don't know who to approach.
> Rebecca MacKinnon
> Schwartz Senior Fellow, New America Foundation
> Cofounder: GlobalVoicesOnline.org
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