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Down for the past several months, local Internet access was finally restored for Libyan citizens early Sunday but was then taken offline again after a few brief hours, according to Internet intelligence company Renesys.
Detailing the volatile and often confusing situation in Libya, where rebel forces have been fighting to take control of the compound of Col. Moammar Gadhafi in Tripoli, a Renesys blog yesterday tried to make sense of the latest up-and-down nature of the country's Internet.
Since February, local Internet access has been disrupted for Libyan citizens by the government as Gadhafi has struggled to hang onto … Read more