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Cuts to undersea cables have disrupted internet access for Emirati users on several occasions, though government-instituted outages are not known.In January 2016, Du warned customers of slower internet due to cuts at three submarine cable operators – EIG, FEA and Falcon.Self-censorship is pervasive on social media and state-run news sites refuse to cover controversial issues.
Etisalat maintains its nationwide fiber optic backbone, while in May 2015 the company selected Telia Sonera International Carrier (TSIC) as its preferred global internet backbone provider under a framework deal.Recent reports revealed how security services have targeted 1,100 devices with sophisticated spyware, reinforcing fears among dissidents that they are being watched.Emirati users enjoy a robust ICT infrastructure and high connection speeds.Providers fall under the laws and regulations set by the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA).The authority was established in 2003 and is responsible for the management of “every aspect of the telecommunications and information technology industries in the UAE.” Its objectives include ensuring quality of service and adherence to terms of licenses by licensees, encouraging telecommunications and IT services within the UAE, resolving disputes between the licensed operators, establishing and implementing a regulatory and policy framework, and promoting new technologies.
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Etisalat and Du are the only two operators licensed to provide Vo IP services, which are costlier than international alternatives.