India’s government briefly shut down mobile phone services in part of New Delhi in an effort curb protests against a new law critics say discriminates against Muslims. The shutdown follows similar moves by India’s government to censor online communications in an effort to control its population’s access to the internet. About half of India’s population uses the internet. The Wall Street Journal...
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