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[liberationtech] Are there intl dial-up options for Libya being promoted?
kkotarski at gmail.com
Mon Feb 21 07:29:43 PST 2011
Telecomix has done the same, and included a number of other resources
having to do with emergency treatment, medical care and media access.
Their document has been translated into Arabic as well.
Their document is available in pdf format through here:
And their translation can be improved upon here:
(This is my first post here, so hello all)
On 21-Feb-11, at 4:16 PM, Nick Merrill wrote:
> On 2/21/11 10:05 AM, Steven Clift wrote:
>> I recall an effort to help when Egypt disconnected.
>> Note the links from this live blog:
>> Steven Clift - http://stevenclift.com
>> Executive Director - http://E-Democracy.Org
>> Follow me - http://twitter.com/democracy
>> New Tel: +1.612.234.7072
> XS4ALL, the Amsterdam-based Internet Service Provider, is offering a
> free dialup service for people that want to get online from Libya, or
> any other country where the authorities are trying to turn off the
> Use your modem to dial +31205350535, username xs4all password xs4all
> -Nick Merrill
> The Calyx Institute
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