Democracy’s longest internet restrictions end


The longest internet restrictions in any democracy ended on 5 February in Jammu and Kashmir as the administration restored high-speed internet in the erstwhile state. For the last eighteen months, more than 12 million residents of Jammu and Kashmir were denied unfettered access to the internet that impacted various sectors, including business, education, and health across J-K.

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We have always come to you for help: The Kashmir Walla is battling at multiple fronts — and if you don’t act now, it would be too late. 2020 was a year like no other and we walked into it already battered. The freedom of the press in Kashmir was touching new lows as the entire population was gradually coming out of one of the longest communication blackouts in the world.

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