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Google India to remove Offensive content on Religion Sentiments

Google India gives in to Indian High Court pressure, told a trial court that it has removed certain webpages from the internet in compliance with the court’s order, which directed Google and 21 other websites to remove the objectionable content in the form of photographs, videos or texts which might hurt religious sentiments.

Facebook India, which also filed its compliance report before additional civil judge Praveen Singh, told the court that it does not control or operate the servers that host the website available at www.facebook.com, which are located in the United States.

The compliance reports were filed in response to the court’s December 24, 2011 order directing them and 21 other social network websites to give replies on a civil case filed by a man who has sought removal of certain “anti-religious” or “anti-social” content in the form of photographs, videos or texts which might hurt religious sentiments.

Although, Google and Facebook, tried their very luck, Delhi High Court is rightfully very stubborn on the matters of Religion and i believe, as a land of many religions, India must protect its identity as the place where a man can follow his religion without any fear or getting hurt.

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