Facebook is completely blocked in Tajikistan as government brands it "a hotbed of slander"

Facebook is completely blocked in Tajikistan as government brands it "a hotbed of slander"

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New Tajikistan’s Office of Telecommunications has officially ordered all ISPs and mobile carriers in the country to block access to Facebook following a spoken order a day earlier. By Monday evening, all 6 ISPs and 6 mobile carriers in Tajikistan complied to the orders, cutting local users from the world’s biggest...
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