A 75 year old woman could face a prison sentence of three years due to an accident of the most banal, but which has had important consequences for users living in Georgia and its neighbor, Armenia.

The woman was just digging a hole near his house, situated in the village of Ksani in search of copper. In doing so, she would rather cut off a major highway Internet, damage a fiber optic cable serving nearly 90% of Internet users in Armenia, individuals and businesses alike, plus a portion of Internet users in Georgia

The woman was just digging a hole near his house, situated in the village of Ksani in search of copper. In doing so, she would rather cut off a major highway Internet, damage a fiber optic cable serving nearly 90% of Internet users in Armenia, individuals and businesses alike, plus a portion of Internet users in Georgia.

The result of this mishap is that the Internet was cut off Armenia for a full twelve hours Monday, March 28. During this time interval, the Georgian Railway Telecom sought the cause of this sudden inexplicable failure …

The fiber optic cables that connect business users in eastern Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan, reports the BBC.


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