Libya bans unauthorised Thurayas [satellite phones] to treat users as spies

by Joanne Irene Gabrynowicz with the blog faculty Source: Reuters RABAT (Reuters) – Libya warned Thursday that any of its citizens found using a Thuraya satellite phone without a permit would be treated as a spy for NATO. The official JANA news agency said people using Thurayas, one of the most easily available portable satellite telephones, without a permit would be charged with collaborating with the enemy, and may face the death penalty. More…

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