Twitter has been blocked partially in UAE

 

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Internet surfers in UAE who use the services of du, complained that Twitter has been blocked, even though the adopted safe site https://twitter.com/, is still not restricted.

 

When the users try to access Twitter, a message appears on the screen stating that the site is banned on the integrated communications, “du”.

Twitter seems to have been banned after eleven o’clock am this morning.

No news were announced yet regarding explaining whether the ban is permanent, or it is due to a technical glitch in the proxy server of the company.

It must be pointed out that it is possible to access the safe version of the site https://twitter.com, and that the ban is imposed on the default edition of http://www.twitter.com

 


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