Algeria temporarily cut access to mobile internet to tackle cheating in Baccalaureate exams
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Algeria disables internet to fight exam cheats

Algeria has cut access to social media in an attempt to fight leaking of the Baccalaureate exams during resits.

The government was criticised for preventing millions from accessing mobile internet when the exams first took place.

BBC Monitoring looks at measures the authorities have taken and how people have responded.

Produced by Nesrine Kamal and Natalia Zuo; images courtesy of Getty.

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  • 21 Jun 2016
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