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Google has announced a new private subsea cable, Equiano that will shuttle high-speed data between Africa and Europe. The Equiano cable is named for Olaudah Equiano an African writer and abolitionist, who was sold into slavery prior to buying his own freedom. The Equiano cable will start in Western Europe and run along the West