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YouTube again accessible via Maroc Telecom

Author: Reporters Without Borders, Published on: 30 May 2007

The video-sharing site YouTube is again accessible after being blocked since 25 May. Moroccans using the state-owned Maroc Telecom as their Internet Service Provider had been deprived of YouTube since last week, but not those using the privately-owned ISPs Wana and Meditel... A Maroc Telecom spokesperson talked of a “technical problem” but videos parodying the monarchy or showing Sahrawi protesters may also have been the reason.

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Related companies: Maroc Telecom YouTube (part of Alphabet)