Jan 27, 2012, 09.35 AM IST | Source: Tech2.com
The Indian government had asked for censorship over content of Facebook, Google and other social sites late last year...
The Indian government had asked for censorship over content on Facebook, Google and other social sites, late last year. The companies and the government had their first tough talk over the web censorship hearing this month, while the next hearing has been scheduled for February 2. Now, the Indian Army has put forth orders that its personnel should quit social networking sites they’ve joined, like Facebook and Orkut. Those who are already members must quit it and those who aren’t on such sites cannot join them in future, reports AsianAge.
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