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How the protests in Irn relate to Las Toninas

How the protests in Irn relate to Las Toninas – LA NACION





A simulation of how is the inside of an underwater cable that takes Internet from one continent to another Source: Archive

In this episode of
 , our
 of technology, Ariel Torres, Guillermo Tomoyose and Ricardo Sametband review the
Internet connection points our country has (including Las Toninas mooring station
where five submarine cables arrive), thinking about whether it could happen
something like in Irn, where they have been without Internet access for several days at the behest of the government will go after protests over the increase in gasoline.

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How are protests in Iran related to Las Toninas – LA NACION