Who wants to live in a country that can block free speech?
By Scott Walker (Washington Times)
“Could you imagine the federal government shutting down access to Twitter or Instagram? How would it feel being cut off from YouTube, Bing and Periscope? How about not being able to use the chat and messaging services on Google?
Recently, news outlets covering the ongoing crisis in Venezuela reported that CANTV (Compañia Anonima Nacional Telefonos de Venezuela) — which is the Internet provider run by the government through which most people in that country access the Internet and fixed and mobile phone services, appeared to block or at least restrict access to these and other sites.
Information is power. And in our world today, digital is the most important medium.
To block the efforts of Juan Guaido to gain rightful control of the Venezuelan government, Nicolas Maduro and his supporters are trying to cut off all forms of unfiltered communication to the masses.”
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