How Iran Shut Off The Internet Amid Protests | NBC News Now

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For almost an entire week, Iran faced the largest internet blackout in its history. Amid ongoing protests, most people in the country were unable to connect to the outside world. We took a look at how it all unfolded on the ground and how the government pulled the plug.
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How Iran Shut Off The Internet Amid Protests | NBC News Now
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