India’s psn-based internet services have been severely hit by the government’s new anti-terror law, which states that ISPs cannot provide services that facilitate the commission of terror acts.
The new law also makes it illegal for ISPs to sell internet access to anyone.
The new legislation was passed in December, but the government has been slow to enforce the new rules.
The new regulations are expected to come into effect on January 1, 2019, but ISPs have been slow on the uptake.
While the telecom companies have been keen to implement the new regulations, they are not yet providing their customers with clear information about what services they can offer.
According to the National Information Technology Certification Authority (NITCA), the government cannot enforce any of its requirements for ISPs on the basis of their existing business models.
Instead, it needs to have a clear understanding of what they are providing, how much they will charge and how they will operate, the NITCA said in a statement.
A few weeks ago, India’s Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunications (Ministry of IT) launched a consultation on how to improve the government website, which currently provides no information about the law and the government-to-government internet service.
The government has said that it will consult stakeholders before implementing the new law.
However, the government hasn’t announced any timelines for this.
Since its introduction, the Indian telcos have faced the threat of shutting down their services.
The National Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (NEMRRA) issued a notice to telcos in October, saying they should stop providing internet access.
However, Telcos have refused to stop providing their services to customers and have appealed to the government for a stay.