Right Now, Only One Person Can Access The Internet In Sudan 

After three weeks of web blackout for Sudan, the North African country has restored internet access, but only for one person.  Apparently, the military-ordered shutdown was brought to a stop because of the lone efforts of a Sudanese lawyer, Abdel-Adheem Hassan, who sued the concerned telecoms operator, Zain Sudan.  “Bull By The Horn” About two days ago, the Sudanese Court ordered Zain Sudan, a subsidiary of Zain Kuwait and Sudan’s largest telecoms operator, to restore internet services to the country. But only Hassan, who filed the case in a personal capacity, is currently benefiting from the seeming reconsideration.  The lawyer, … Continue reading Right Now, Only One Person Can Access The Internet In Sudan