Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Ethiopia shuts down internet to thwart exam cheaters

The Ethiopian government recently shut off the internet in an attempt to thwart cheaters. The move was made to prevent high school students from posting exams online, as they’d done last year. There are 102,374,044 people in Ethiopia according to CIA data – and less than one million of those people will be taking the exams. The other 99-percent will simply have to accept that they can’t use Twitter or Facebook until the exams have completed on June 8th. What that means for travelers and Ethiopians, of all ages, is that until at least June 8th there will be no…

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