“Net access in Libya is improving in areas under the control of protesters, suggests analysis of data flows. The Libyan authorities have sporadically cut net access in the country but analysis by net firms suggest their hold is loosening.
In areas that are no longer under control of the Libyan government, such as Benghazi, net traffic has risen in recent days.
Since the government started blocking internet access on 18 February, net access in Libya has been running at about 60-80% of its normal levels ; however, the amount of net traffic flowing in and out of the country appears to be growing.”
From BBC News