Recent elections were held between 2 very opposing candidates - one party hardliner, one reformer. The reform candidate was leading the polls, had a huge following among the cyber crowd, those too afraid to publicly speak out for change, but kept their guise among the masses of the net - they knew their day was going to come. Day of the election, cyberspace is inexplicably unaccessible, voting tallies are out before votes are counted, the state-run news agencies declare the hardliner the victor by an ungodly margin. The network is off, the truth is buried. Revolution is in the air.
We have a cyber-czar.