You can support this website by contributing in a variety of ways, both direct and indirect. You can report an Internet shutdown that is not visible in our data, spread the message, donate to encourage our work or even report any bugs that you find on this website. Anything you can do is appreciated. No action is too small.
Most of the data available on this website is obtained from news reports. We are aware that this means that our data can be incomplete, as any shutdown that is not reported in news, or that is reported only in regional news may slip by undetected by us. To increase the accuracy of the data on this website, to supplement news reports and to make corrections in the data, we rely on people like you to supply us with information about Internet shutdowns in your area, preferably with some link(s) to news reports of the shutdown.
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You can contribute to the user experience on this website in many ways.
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