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Since Friday, 5 March 2021, Senegal has experienced an internet and social media shutdown. This is amidst ongoing protests by citizens in the West African country.
Although many broadband connections are marketed as "unlimited internet," the term is misleading. There's no such thing as an infinite internet capacity.
The game plan by Al-Shabaab was usually to cut off communication before launching attacks on their targets thus hindering response from security personnel. However, this now seems to be an end in itself, as destroying communication masts is a form of economic terrorism that will frustrate Kenya.
5G will impact the generation and protection of information of the business positively. South African organizations will eventually get to the point where they are fully prepared for 5G, but at this point, we still have some way to go.
As a result of high risk and not being commercially viable, Loon, Alphabet's internet balloons project, is being shut down.