Embargo May Also Cut Off Yugoslavian ISPs
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According to a Freedom Forum Online report, the company is in discussions with the U.S. Treasury Department over interpretation of the executive command. The company is said to transmit for two of Yugoslavia's major local ISPs.
Beonet's protest Web site claims that their service is acting as "the most reliable way" for people to contact relatives and friends abroad during the air strikes.
The site claims, according to unofficial reports, that more than 20,000 accounts have been registered since the bombing began.