Can Afghanistan’s underground “sneakernet” survive the Taliban?
"Most of them are living in the past." As the cities of Afghanistan toppled like dominoes, the violent and extremist regime banned music and restricted women's freedoms, the computer 'kars' were forced to make some difficult decisions. Ruchi Kumar reveals Afghanistan's underground music and arts network, risking their lives in the Taliban's content crackdowns and expanding their technological services to aid Afghans fleeing persecution.
From MIT Technology Review