Judges raise the gavel to #KeepItOn around the world
From Zimbabwe to Kashmir to Pakistan and beyond, legal challenges to internet shutdowns are becoming more common — and so are the victories.
India cuts internet access for school exams, doubles down on rights-harming shutdowns
Shutdowns during exams are increasingly common in countries like Iraq and Algeria, despite the harm they cause to human rights and the economy. But it’s relatively new in India, and it must be stopped.