Indian government asks Twitter and other platforms to take down critical Covid-19 related posts

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Indian government asks Twitter and other platforms to take down critical COVID-19 related posts
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Indian government asks Twitter and other platforms to take down critical COVID-19 related posts

The orders come as daily infection statistics made a world record last week

Twitter and Facebook have reportedly removed about 100 posts and URLs that were critical of Indian government's handling of the current Covid-19 crisis, as cases of infection hit a world record aga...

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