India Censoring Free Speech Online

Internet Censorship
Internet Censorship
Internet Censorship

India’s Department of Technology has passed new rules that will limit free speech on the Internet within the country. The rules let the government force providers to block any web content it finds objectionable. The list of acceptable objections includes anything that is blasphemous or threatens the state. Read the full article at

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