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Sanctions and the Internet - A Report

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Farzaneh Badiei

Based in USA, NYC

We have published a study exploring the impact of economic sanctions on access to the global Internet. Our research investigates how sanctions affect the ability of ordinary people and non-sanctioned service providers to connect to the Internet and how they disrupt its global, interconnected nature.

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