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Posted by web_medicus - 06-01-2017, 08:37 PM
With regards to being strict in Examination, Ethiopia has demonstrated how decided they are in killing examination malpractice as they have taken genuine measures to carry out this. For couple of years now, the nation close down web access in the entire nation to dishearten spreading and spilling of exam papers on the web. This is the third time the country is setting out on this hard choice. 

The nation has shut its advanced outskirts to avert spills amid tests after papers were posted online by activists a year ago 

Ethiopia has closed off web access to its natives, as indicated by reports from inside the nation, evidently due spilled exam papers for the country's grade 10 examinations. 

Outbound traffic from Ethiopia was shutdown around 4pm UK time on Tuesday, as indicated by Google's straightforwardness report, which enlisted Ethiopian visits to the organization's locales plunging over the night. By Wednesday evening, get to in any case had not been reestablished. 

A year ago, activists released the papers for the nation's twelfth grade national exams, requiring the delay of the papers because of a school shutdown in the territorial condition of Oromia. Presently, the administration seems to have brought the move to close down web access as a safeguard measure. 

As per tweets from Mohammed Ademo 

(@OPride) 

"Ethiopia allegedly cutoff web - for z third time in 12 months - dreading activists will release a planned national exam as they did last yr." 

It's the third time in a year that Ethiopia's advanced fringes have been hammered closed. In July 2016, the legislature obstructed a lot of activity after college placement tests were posted on the web; another piece followed in August of that year. 

The move is a typical one crosswise over many creating countries: Algeria likewise blocked access to online networking, in June a year ago, trying to battle duping in school exams.