Here is one of the ways Paul Wolfowitz describes for How to counter Gaddafi’s regime. Writing in today’s Washington Post, Wolfowitz includes in his suggestions these smart mobby steps:
. . . And the United States could assist the council in the crucial communications battle by getting satellite providers to stop carrying Libyan State Television (or by jamming it directly) and helping the opposition to establish its own broadcasting capability. We could assist Libyans throughout the country in communicating to the outside world in ways that could not be monitored by the regime, such as providing communications gear to opposition fighters that would free them from dependence on the regime-controlled cellphone network. . . .