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India’s Supreme Court Rules Internet Suspension in Kashmir Unconstitutional

India’s Supreme Court ruled that the indefinite suspension of internet services in Kashmir was unconstitutional, scolding the government for blocking important avenues for communication after its contentious decision last year to end the special status of the Muslim-majority region. The court said access to the internet is protected as part of the constitution’s guarantee of the freedom of speech.

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Author: Doug Isenberg

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