Algeria Tackles School Exam Leaks in the Most Controversial Way!

Via: Middle East Monitor

By Nada Hamouda

The Algeria’s Ministry of Education issued a statement announcing that they will be a temporarily suspending of the entire country’s internet connection during the high school exams. A decision that aims to prevent the leaking of exams’ answers via the internet.

The statement stated that the blocking, including the social media networks such as Facebook and Twitter, would only last for the first hour of each baccalaureate exam. Moreover, mobile devices jammers are being used in all schools. The high schools’ exams are scheduled to be held from the 20-25th of June.

Via: Sky News

Algeria has been facing a massive online leaks of its high school exams in the previous two years.

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