Here’s an example of some Internet routing in Iran, in this case on the way to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Monday 15 June 2009. Normally, routing and latency don’t change much.
Starting Saturday 13 June, the day after the election, routing and latency
have become increasingly disturbed. More here.
Would that U.S. states had all rescheduled Diebold and the like to the
junk heap after the 2000 U.S. election.
Also notice who twitter’s hosting service is: NTT America.
I’ve been predicting for years that the U.S. duopoly’s
intransigence would lead to NTT and other competent international
ISPs eating their lunch, and I see it’s beginning to happen.