It’s been over 24 hours since Sri Lanka was attacked with a series of bombings in churches and hotels on Easter Sunday, leaving over 200 people dead. Soon after the attack, the Sri Lankan government imposed a temporary ban on social media that restricted any citizen to access any of the platforms, including Whatsapp, Facebook, Instagram, among others. While the government says that the move will serve as a deterrent to the spread of violence and misinformation, people argue that in the crisis situations like these, the social media serves a gateway to seek help.
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