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Musk’s Starlink started blocking the satellite internet service in countries where it hasn’t been authorized
Musk’s Starlink started blocking the satellite internet service in countries where it hasn’t been authorized
<p><strong>GENICHESK. TAVRIA.</strong> Elon Musk’s SpaceX is going to restrict access to its Starlink high-speed internet service from countries where it hasn’t been authorized, reports <a href="https://www.wsj.com/world/africa/elon-musk-spacex-starlink-satellite-access-crackdown-e09f3e4e">The Wall Street Journal</a>, citing to email notifications received by Starlink customers in Sudan, Zimbabwe and South Africa.</p> <p>It is noted that using Starlink's internet in regions where it has not been approved by local regulators is against the company's rules. Users were warned that they would lose access to the service by the end of the month.</p> <p>According to WSJ, the notifications were sent just days after the Journal published an investigation into the growing black market, due to which access to satellite Internet is obtained, in particular, by Russian military personnel and a brutal militia in Sudan.</p> <p>Starlink Internet is currently approved in 72 countries and regions. Among the exceptions are most African countries, China, India, as well as Russia and Belarus.</p>
<p><strong>GENICHESK. TAVRIA.</strong> Elon Musk’s SpaceX is going to restrict access to its Starlink high-speed internet service from countries where it hasn’t been authorized, reports <a href="https://www.wsj.com/world/africa/elon-musk-spacex-starlink-satellite-access-crackdown-e09f3e4e">The Wall Street Journal</a>, citing to email notifications received by Starlink customers in Sudan, Zimbabwe and South Africa.</p> <p>It is noted that using Starlink's internet in regions where it has not been approved by local regulators is against the company's rules. Users were warned that they would lose access to the service by the end of the month.</p> <p>According to WSJ, the notifications were sent just days after the Journal published an investigation into the growing black market, due to which access to satellite Internet is obtained, in particular, by Russian military personnel and a brutal militia in Sudan.</p> <p>Starlink Internet is currently approved in 72 countries and regions. Among the exceptions are most African countries, China, India, as well as Russia and Belarus.</p>
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GENICHESK. TAVRIA. Elon Musk’s SpaceX is going to restrict access to its Starlink high-speed internet service from countries where it hasn’t been authorized, reports The Wall Street Journal, citing to email notifications received by Starlink customers in Sudan, Zimbabwe and South Africa.

It is noted that using Starlink's internet in regions where it has not been approved by local regulators is against the company's rules. Users were warned that they would lose access to the service by the end of the month.

According to WSJ, the notifications were sent just days after the Journal published an investigation into the growing black market, due to which access to satellite Internet is obtained, in particular, by Russian military personnel and a brutal militia in Sudan.

Starlink Internet is currently approved in 72 countries and regions. Among the exceptions are most African countries, China, India, as well as Russia and Belarus.


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