FROM Earl Zmijewski
Internet Out in Middle East and India Large portions of Asia, the Middle East and North Africa have lost the Internet and other high-technology services, apparently due to breaks in undersea cables off the coast of Egypt. Businesses have been brought to a standstill. Earl Zmijewski is Vice President and General Manager of Renesys Internet Intelligence Services, which manages the global Internet.
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