Myanmar internet - something to think about if you're having a bad day

Mel Beckman mel at
Mon Apr 26 21:27:28 UTC 2021

Scott, are you saying that employees of Telenor and Ooredoo are “facilitating violent repression” by following the orders of soldiers holding guns to their heads?

My understanding of the rules of nano guess that there is to be no “naming and shaming“. please retract your post.

-mel beckman

> On Apr 26, 2021, at 2:07 PM, scott <surfer at> wrote:
> On 4/26/2021 10:53 AM, Andy Ringsmuth wrote:
>>>> On Apr 26, 2021, at 3:23 PM, scott <surfer at> wrote:
>>> Telenor and Ooredoo, it's time to do the right thing.
>> Well, for strongly held religious beliefs, some may be convicted enough to be a martyr.
>> For internet connectivity? Likely not.
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> I could not parse that.  (autocorrect issue?)  There is nothing about religion in the post.  The section of my post you highlighted above was to name-and-shame companies facilitating violent repression.
> What started it was how a 'bad day' for network operators can mean very different things.  Just some food for thought as Monday progresses...:)
> scott

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