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India's Supreme Court rules Kashmir internet shutdown is illegal

engadget Friday, 10 January 2020
India's government has one week to review a long-running internet shutdown in Kashmir after the country's Supreme Court ruled that internet access is protected under the Indian constitution. Kashmir has not had internet access since August 2019 when...
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The top court said the communications lockdown in Muslim-majority region violated the country's telecoms rules.

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