After reports of Reddit and Indiankanoon.org being blocked, it appears that Telegram Web (web.telegram.com) has been blocked in multiple states on Jio and Hathway connections, as per user reports to MediaNama. Neither service provider has specified a reasons for the block yet, or cited an order from the Department of Telecom asking them to block it. Currently, Telegram web is inaccessible on: CSP - Jio, Andhra Pradesh CSP - Jio, Maharashtra CSP - Jio, New Delhi, another user reported that Telegram web was blocked in Jio New Delhi ISP - Hathway, Chennai The site is accessible on: CSP - Airtel, New Delhi ISP - Spectra, Delhi NCR ISP - Excitel, New Delhi ISP - ACT Fibernet New Delhi CSP - Jio, Mumbai CSP - Vodafone, Mumbai CSP - Airtel, Mumbai ISP - Hathway Mumbai ISP - JioGigaFiber, Mumbai CSP - Idea Cellular, Maharashtra ISP - Hathway Karnataka CSP - Airtel, Karnataka CSP - BSNL, Goa CSP - Jio, Chennai CSP - Vodafone, Assam Please check if web.telegram.org is working on your internet connection, and email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet to me @trishajalan. Site inaccessible banned on @reliancejio @JioCare Rajasthan! pic.twitter.com/tHwAwpZsvm — skbohra (@skbohra123) April 1, 2019 Multiple reports of Telegram web being blocked since a month About a month ago, a crowdsourced report by the Internet Freedom Foundation found that the Telegram web domain, and subdomains (like Telegram.me, web.telegram.org etc) were blocked on Jio, Airtel and Hathway. The user reports came from across the country including from Delhi, Karnataka,…
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