Ethiopia lifted a state of emergency


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Ethiopian authorities recently blocked internet access across the country. The move was to preserve the integrity of nationwide examinations that started last week (May 31) and is expected to end on Friday June 8. More often than not when internet cuts are imposed, people are advised to switch to Virtual Private Networks to access the service. VPNs are basically network setup for use by a limited number of individuals, such as employees of a company and are often encrypted for security. displayAdvert("mpu_3") You are fortunate enough to have been employed at foreign organizations such as the embassies, the African Union (AU) and United Nations (UN) affiliates. The Addis Standard news portal which was also affected by the internet cut ‘celebrated’ a limited release of the net and took the opportunity to share how people could join the privileged few who had internet despite the outage. The three ways a person could get access bordered on diplomacy and international missions (as confirmed by the government), financial wherewithal and top technology. 1. The government in the wake of the ban confirmed that only access to social media was blocked and that other essential services like airline bookings and banking outfits had access to internet

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