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Broadband To Be Partially Restored In J&K Today, Social Media Still Banned | Morning Coffee

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Broadband To Be Partially Restored In J&K Today, Social Media Still Banned 

The Jammu and Kashmir administration, days after the Supreme Court ordered a review of the curbs imposed in the Union Territory, on Tuesday evening allowed mobile Internet in parts of Jammu region and broadband in establishments providing essential services. The order comes into effect from today and shall remain in force for seven days, a government communication said. At the beginning of this year, short messaging service (SMS) on all mobile phones in Kashmir, and broadband internet services were restored in government-run hospitals. Mobile phone, landline and internet services were disconnected in the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir on August 4, a day before the Centre withdrew its special status and divided it into two Union territories — Jammu & Kashmir with a legislative assembly and Ladakh without one. In a three-page order, the administration asked Internet service providers to offer broadband facility (with Mac binding )to all institutions dealing with essential services such as hospitals, banks and government offices. Mac Binding essentially means to enforce a client machine to work from a particular Internet Protocol address. In order to facilitate tourism, the broadband Internet services would be provided to hotels and tour and travel establishments, the order said. “Prior to giving such facility, the service providers have been asked to install necessary firewalls and carry out white-listing of sites that would enable government websites and website dealing with essential services like e-banking,” the order said. However, all social media sites remain out of bounds. “There shall be complete restrictions on social media applications allowing peer-to-peer communication and virtual private network applications for the time being,” the order said. The institutions and government offices that are being provided Internet access shall be responsible to prevent misuse, according to the order.

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Broadband To Be Partially Restored In J&K Today, Social Media Still Banned | Morning Coffee

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Broadband To Be Partially Restored In J&K Today, Social Media Still Banned 

The Jammu and Kashmir administration, days after the Supreme Court ordered a review of the curbs imposed in the Union Territory, on Tuesday evening allowed mobile Internet in parts of Jammu region and broadband in establishments providing essential services. The order comes into effect from today and shall remain in force for seven days, a government communication said. At the beginning of this year, short messaging service (SMS) on all mobile phones in Kashmir, and broadband internet services were restored in government-run hospitals. Mobile phone, landline and internet services were disconnected in the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir on August 4, a day before the Centre withdrew its special status and divided it into two Union territories — Jammu & Kashmir with a legislative assembly and Ladakh without one. In a three-page order, the administration asked Internet service providers to offer broadband facility (with Mac binding )to all institutions dealing with essential services such as hospitals, banks and government offices. Mac Binding essentially means to enforce a client machine to work from a particular Internet Protocol address. In order to facilitate tourism, the broadband Internet services would be provided to hotels and tour and travel establishments, the order said. “Prior to giving such facility, the service providers have been asked to install necessary firewalls and carry out white-listing of sites that would enable government websites and website dealing with essential services like e-banking,” the order said. However, all social media sites remain out of bounds. “There shall be complete restrictions on social media applications allowing peer-to-peer communication and virtual private network applications for the time being,” the order said. The institutions and government offices that are being provided Internet access shall be responsible to prevent misuse, according to the order.

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Broadband To Be Partially Restored In J&K Today, Social Media Still Banned | Morning Coffee

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Broadband To Be Partially Restored In J&K Today, Social Media Still Banned 

The Jammu and Kashmir administration, days after the Supreme Court ordered a review of the curbs imposed in the Union Territory, on Tuesday evening allowed mobile Internet in parts of Jammu region and broadband in establishments providing essential services. The order comes into effect from today and shall remain in force for seven days, a government communication said. At the beginning of this year, short messaging service (SMS) on all mobile phones in Kashmir, and broadband internet services were restored in government-run hospitals. Mobile phone, landline and internet services were disconnected in the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir on August 4, a day before the Centre withdrew its special status and divided it into two Union territories — Jammu & Kashmir with a legislative assembly and Ladakh without one. In a three-page order, the administration asked Internet service providers to offer broadband facility (with Mac binding )to all institutions dealing with essential services such as hospitals, banks and government offices. Mac Binding essentially means to enforce a client machine to work from a particular Internet Protocol address. In order to facilitate tourism, the broadband Internet services would be provided to hotels and tour and travel establishments, the order said. “Prior to giving such facility, the service providers have been asked to install necessary firewalls and carry out white-listing of sites that would enable government websites and website dealing with essential services like e-banking,” the order said. However, all social media sites remain out of bounds. “There shall be complete restrictions on social media applications allowing peer-to-peer communication and virtual private network applications for the time being,” the order said. The institutions and government offices that are being provided Internet access shall be responsible to prevent misuse, according to the order.

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