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Unfortunately, no, you don't have the authority to modify the protective order. Thus, technically, you can't do this without putting him in danger of being held in contempt of court for doing this.
As a practical matter, if you don't report a violation of the protective order, the court is not likely to ever find out. However, I would not recommend this if you were my client because it could result in you also being held in contempt IF the court found out.
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