Indian web hosting providers, who are mostly located in the western state of Kerala, have been banned from selling their services in some states following complaints from the government.
A group of rights groups said that the government’s moves to impose a “complete shutdown” on the country’s largest online hosting provider, OVH, will affect thousands of Indians.
“The internet is not a private domain.
It is a public domain,” said Karthik Raghavan, senior policy officer at Amnesty International India.”
It’s a public utility.
It should not be subject to a ban.
It’s an infringement on the right to privacy, freedom of expression and the right of a country to regulate itself.”OVH is a large provider of web hosting in the country.
It has more than 4,000 servers, with more than a quarter of them located in Kerala.
The company is also one of the biggest providers of domain names in India, which has the world’s largest number of registered domain names.
The government said it would ban OVDh in the state of Karnataka and Maharashtra, where OVh has its base.
The Indian government said that it will also shut down a number of web hosts in the south of the country, including Airtel, SpiceJet, Tata and Telenor.
The ban will apply to the operators of OVdh’s websites, as well as those listed on the website of its parent company, Ovh.
Ovh is the largest web hosting company in the Indian market.
It provides hosting for the websites of a number, including YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and Twitter.
In a statement on Thursday, OviH said it has been providing hosting services to the country for over 20 years and has received a number other licenses to operate.
“We have a strong track record of delivering high-quality hosting services across a broad range of internet services and content.
The ban on OVdh is an infringement of the fundamental right to free expression, the right not to be discriminated against, and the basic right to use the internet for personal and private purposes,” the company said in a statement.
India has a long history of restrictions on the internet.
The country has a population of just under half a billion people and it is home to about 70 million websites.
In 2015, the government issued a circular directing internet service providers (ISPs) to block certain websites and websites linked to extremist groups.
In 2016, it also imposed a similar ban on foreign websites.
The country has seen several protests in recent years, mostly over perceived censorship, but a new crackdown on the Internet has been in the works for some time.
India’s internet regulator, the Information Technology and Telecom Regulatory Authority (ITTR), is currently considering a ban on Google, YouTube and other websites and services, and has set up a committee to examine the matter.
In March, the country became the first country to ban the Internet in the wake of the deadly attacks in Mumbai in 2016.