1. Post #1
    bbc
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    January 2011
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    http://www.bbc.co.uk/go/rss/int/news/-/news/world-asia-india-17024957
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  2. Post #2
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    December 2011
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    Come at me India.
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  3. Post #3
    garry's Avatar
    September 2001
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    Seems like the problem is that blasphemy is a stupid law
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    June 2005
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    Seems like the problem is that blasphemy is a stupid law

    seems perfectly reasonable to me.
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    October 2007
    20,382 Posts
    How is 'No censorship of social media' an acceptable headline, with no attribution or context

    I mean you could post an article entitled 'New York City destroyed by nuke' and have that just be a quote from a movie that the article is about

  6. Post #6
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    July 2010
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    India will not censor social media websites, Information Technology Minister Kapil Sibal has said.

    But he added that internet firms must obey the country's laws.
    So what happens when sites don't obey the laws?