Residents of Ukraine’s second-largest city, Kharkiv, woke up on Thursday morning to find they didn’t have internet access.
It’s become a predictable move in the repressive regime playbook.
The Internet has been turned off 97 times already this year, 18 more times than in all of 2017.
In India’s latest violation of free speech, Kashmiri police cut mobile data following the death of a popular militant.
First, try to break up the protests. Then break out the tear gas. Then shut the Internet off. Add Sudan to the list.