The Supreme Court may have declared indefinite Internet blackouts impermissible, but the Jammu and Kashmir government seems to have found a way to circumvent the verdict and retain most restrictions in the Valley. It has been five days now since a bench headed by Justice NV Ramana termed Internet connectivity as a “fundamental right” and ordered the union territory administration to review all curbs that have been in place for the last 164 days. The authorities, however, don’t seem as forthcoming in their attempts to provide Kashmiris with free access to the Internet.
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