Egypt is now its fourth day with virtually no Internet access. The government cut off access to the Internet last week to try to disrupt the planned protests against the government. And while the shutdown has left most Egyptians blocked from the Web, there are a few who, with a little creativity, are getting back online. Michele Norris talks with Danny O'Brien, Internet advocacy coordinator for the Committee to Protect Journalists, about accessing the Internet from Egypt.
Accessing The Internet From Egypt
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