Egypt Internet, social media users find some relief, Cairo blogger says

Cairo-based Egyptian blogger and journalist Wael Abbas tweeted Saturday that some social media users had been able to access the Internet in the capital city on the fifth day of growing unrest there.Abbas confirmed on his Twitter feed that cellphones are working but text-message services are still unavailable. Without citing sources, he said that Internet is available for about 8% of Egyptians. He urged those with working wireless Internet connections to remove their passwords so others could tap into their services.

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