MP Hasan Fadlallah holds a joint news conference with State Prosecutor Samir Hammoud at the Parliament, Tuesday, March 7, 2017. (The Daily Star/Ali Fawwaz, HO)
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New findings have surfaced in the matter of Lebanon's illegal internet setups, said the head of Parliament's telecoms committee on Tuesday.Former Telecoms Minister Boutros Harb announced the discovery of unlicensed internet networks in in 2016 .In September, Lebanon's financial prosecutor Ali Ibrahim charged MTV Lebanon CEO Michel Gabriel Murr with embezzlement for his alleged involvement in running an illegal, unlicensed network in Zaarour in the highlands of the Metn district.The Zaarour network, which Murr was allegedly connected to, was discovered and shut down earlier this year, along with the three others that were detected in nearby areas.
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