Internet services in Syria have been off since early Wednesday, which appears to be a second blackout in a week, reported Al-Jazeera and a pro-opposition activist website.
Shortly after President Bashar Assad declared he was capable of facing Israel, Syria "vanished" from the internet.
Anonymous has called for an Internet protest on Monday, April 22, to protest Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act.
After a two day internet and telephone blackout, areas around Damascus made a communication comeback, whereas violence continues on Saturday.
Around 300,000 internet users across the world may lose their internet connections today if their computers have been infected with the deadly "Alureon/DNS Changer bot" virus.
Thousands of computers in India, which are hit by a malicious virus DNSChanger, may lose Internet access from Monday, according to Web security firm McAfee.
Search giant Google has issued a warning to its millions of users that they could lose the ability to connect to the internet in July due to a computer virus.
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