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Internet Revolution Egypt (IRE) is a cyber-protest against the Internet services provided in Egypt for which "Telecom Egypt has a monopoly, which occurred in early 2014. The protest mainly took place on "Facebook through a page created by young Egyptians; some activity was also seen on "Twitter as well. Users within the group were mainly within the 18 to 24 age group. The main Facebook page, [57] has reached more than one million followers and continues to expand. This significant expansion resulted in a wide media attention at the time. In response to some accusations by certain media outlets, the protest stated that it does not have any relation to politics. The slogan used by the protests is "الأنترنت عندنا في مصر; غالي جدا , بطئ ببشاعة .. خدمة عملاء زي الزفت", which means "The internet services in Egypt; are very expensive, terribly slow .. The customer service is terrible." in Arabic. [58]

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