Time quotes Rafik Hariri Center Nonresident Fellow Zack Gold on how Egyptians in Sinai are adapting to the Egyptian government’s efforts to disable regional cellular networks to combat insurgent operations:

Sinai residents have also adapted to the cuts by relying on cellular networks beamed across the border from Israel and Gaza. According to Zack Gold, a fellow at the Atlantic Council, this mobile spillover has even become a point of contention between Egypt and Israel. “It’s something that the Egyptians complain about to the Israelis, about the mobile spectrum, or the cellular spectrum crossing into their territory,” he says.

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