Africa internet: Where and how are governments blocking it?

No Facebook, Twitter or WhatsApp.

That’s becoming more and more common in some African countries, where governments have periodically shut down the internet or blocked social media platforms.

Digital rights activists say it’s censorship, but governments argue it helps maintain security.

So where and how in Africa is internet access being restricted?

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