Updated Saturday, December 14, 2019 - 9:49 pm

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The fade to black was sudden. "We were in the office uploading some files on Instagram when, suddenly, the connection got worse and left completely for days," recalls Zohreh, a Teheran publicist whose social media ads cover much of his business. Without internet, there was no work: "I had to tell the employees to go home and not return until everything returned to normal. Customers began to protest. We lost 10 days of profits," laments the young woman.

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