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‘Provide Starlink in Sudan’: Elon Musk Was Chosen by Anonymous Sudan

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ByEsme Greene

Jul 2, 2023
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Attacking Twitter, Anonymous Sudan allegedly demanded that Starlink be brought to Sudan. The gang claimed that by carrying out this attack, they are sending a message to Elon Musk to bring Starlink to Sudan by posting a screenshot of the Twitter website showing the “This page is down” message on their Telegram channel.

Several Twitter users who attempted to visit the microblogging platform encountered a problem. The security issue hasn’t been officially confirmed, though. 

Theo Musk Targeted by Sudan’s Anonymous

Elon Musk’s SpaceX firm is working on a satellite-based broadband service called Starlink.

It intends to bring high-speed, low-latency internet connectivity to places all over the world, especially in rural and distant areas that at the moment lack dependable internet access. 

In order to provide internet connectivity to consumers on the ground, the project would launch hundreds of tiny satellites into Earth’s orbit. These satellites will interact with ground stations. 

Starlink has had success providing reliable internet access in the US, UK, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, and other European countries over the years. 

Hackers Demands

Sudan is a growing country with a sizable rural population, thus there is a huge demand for dependable internet access. The Sudanese government has made it plain that they want to expand internet access in the nation by calling for the establishment of Starlink in Sudan. 

The Twitter verified credential outage also caused a lot of controversy in the context of everything surrounding Elon Musk’s memoirs, with many users calling for the badge to be made available for free.

For users who wish to utilize the verified logo on Twitter, the new owner of the service has suggested expensive subscriptions. Many people have voiced their displeasure with the idea, and the move has received varied reviews. In conclusion, Anonymous Sudan’s call for the launch of Starlink in Sudan amply supports the argument that developing countries require dependable internet access. 

While there were many debates about the outage of the Twitter verified badge, it is crucial to keep in mind that poor countries require dependable internet access. In light of this, Anonymous Sudan has taken the initiative to compel Starlink to be made available in Sudan.

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