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India ordered Facebook and Twitter to remove posts criticizing its poor handling of the pandemic

26/04/2021

India is currently amid a dangerous coronavirus wave with more than 300,000 cases registered every 24 hours for the past several days. Social media timelines are filled with requests for oxygen, hospital beds, and medicines. In the national capital, New Delhi, hospitals have had to knock on the door of judicial...
India is currently amid a dangerous coronavirus wave with more than 300,000 cases registered every 24 hours for the past several days. Social media timelines are filled with requests for oxygen, hospital beds, and medicines. In the national capital, New Delhi, hospitals have had to knock on the door of judicial courts to request government assistance in procuring supplies of oxygen. Adults over the age of 18 will be able to get their first shot of vaccine only starting next month. While the world was watching all of this unfold, India ordered social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter to remove more…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Facebook India is currently amid a dangerous coronavirus wave with more than 300,000 cases registered every 24 hours for the past several days. Social media timelines are filled with requests for oxygen, hospital beds, and medicines. In the national capital, New Delhi, hospitals have had to knock on the door of judicial courts to request government assistance in procuring supplies of oxygen. Adults over the age of 18 will be able to get their first shot of vaccine only starting next month. While the world was watching all of this unfold, India ordered social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter to remove more…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Facebook
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