RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Militias, drug traffickers and gangs are blocking the access of Oi technicians to the company's infrastructure in 105 locations in the metropolitan region of Rio de Janeiro, as well as in other state municipalities such as Angra dos Reis, Búzios, Cabo Frio and Itaguaí.
The data were presented by Oi's Institutional Relations Manager Alexander Castro during a webinar on "network infrastructure security and integrity" at the 2021 Telebrasil Panel. He said the data are part of the company's monitoring in Rio de Janeiro.
The assessment shows that in August 2019 there were . . .