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Chad / Social Network Clipping: A group of lawyers attack Airtel and Tigo in court



N'Djamena (© 2018 Afriquinfos) – For a little over 5 months, Internet users in Chad have been deprived of social networks without official information. After a series of arrests, a group of lawyers filed a lawsuit against the two main mobile phone companies

The Airtel companies and Tigo, operating in Chad, must cut back on the court Social networks that took five (5) months to complete. A complaint was filed by a group of lawyers. The men in black were overwhelmed by the silence that surrounds this cut and the carelessness of these companies for Chadian consumers.

Access to social networks like Facebook, Messenger, WhatsApp, Viber and even Tweeter has been nearly impossible since March 28, 201

8 in Chad. The few hasty people who circumvent censorship by VPN, virtual private networks to avoid blockades, feel in their pockets. They are forced to pay two to three times more to pay for their internet connection, which has already been priced at a price that is considered prohibitive by consumer associations. According to the group of lawyers, this situation is unacceptable on the initiative of the complaint. He therefore wants companies to justify themselves in court. Already last April, Internet Without Borders expressed its concern over the violation of the digital rights of Chadian consumers and condemned the complicity between ISPs and the Chadian government. BS

 

 

        

        

                        
            

                        

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