October 5, 2015

Google and Facebook Comply with Indian Court Orders

UPDATE: Google and Facebook Comply with Indian Court Orders (via OpenNet Initiative)

From the The Wall St. Journal (via Google News):

A person familiar with the matter said Google removed content from its search service, YouTube video site and Blogger after receiving an order to do so from Judge Mukesh Kumar of a New Delhi district court.

The material, which includes images of religious figures, has been removed only on Google’s localized India Web domain.



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