Shutting Down the Net Cost Egypt at Least $90 Million

By  |  Thursday, February 3, 2011 at 11:10 am

Data from the Organisation for Economic Development indicates that Egypt’s Internet shutdown may have cost the country $90 million or more, PC Magazine reports. That could be low, as the country has done much to attract high-tech to the country, and those losses are not included.

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