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Censorship

Submission + - Facebook, Google Argue Against Web Censorship

An anonymous reader writes: Facebook and Google told the Delhi High Court today they cannot block offensive content that appears on their services. The two Internet giants are among 21 companies that have been asked to develop a mechanism to block objectionable material in India, and the Indian government has given the green light for their prosecution. Although India is democratic (in fact, it's the world'(TM)s largest democracy), many fear the country will resort to censorship.
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Facebook, Google Argue Against Web Censorship

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