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Billion and 358 million dollars losses Iraq due to Internet interruption

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Post by rocky on Thu 07 Nov 2019, 2:08 am

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[size=18]NetBlox estimated the loss of Internet interruption on the Iraqi economy by about $ 1.358 billion during the month of October.


The loss accounts for nearly 0.5 percent of the country's gross domestic product, according to a report by NetBlocks, an Internet monitoring specialist.

The company said in its report that it was clear from the economic data that "the largest individual economic loss was not caused by low productivity or lack of employment, but from the confusion of the government on its own Internet."







The Agence France-Presse has pointed out in a report that many business activities suffered losses estimated at thousands of dollars due to the interruption of the Internet, and the category of small traders were the most vulnerable to losses, in the absence of communication networks and the failure of commercial transactions.

Activists said the service had begun to return sporadically in some cities, while NetBlocks said Tuesday that the service is operating at 30 percent of its full capacity.

The "Net Blox" has announced on Monday that [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  cut off the Internet connection in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  and a number of other Iraqi cities, in light of the continuing anti-government protests.


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