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India orders ISPs to block file-sharing website WeTransfer

Tuesday 2 June 2020 | 19:01 CET | News
India's Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has ordered domestic internet service providers (ISPs) to block file-sharing website WeTransfer. This decision comes at a time when hundreds of millions of people are working from home because of a nationwide lockdown to stop the novel coronavirus, Reuters reports. According to the same source, DoT's order does not specifically state the reason for blocking the website, but invokes a clause from conditions laid out for granting licences to ISPs.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: WeTransfer
Countries: India
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