Five Taliban websites that were key to how the militant group delivered its official messages to those inside and outside Afghanistan abruptly went offline, a sign that moves to limit the Taliban’s online reach were gaining traction. It was not immediately clear who or what took the Taliban sites offline, though all five previously had protection from CloudFlare, a San Francisco-based company that helps websites deliver content and defend against cyberattacks.
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Author: Doug Isenberg