Facebook comments on "censorship"

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  • Amid the ongoing storm about the government’s request to internet firms to screen user content, Facebook has released a statement
Amid the ongoing storm about the government's request to internet firms to screen user content, Facebook has released a statement that says:

"We want Facebook to be a place where people can discuss things freely, while respecting the rights and feelings of others, which is why we have already have policies and on-site features in place that enable people to report abusive content. We will remove any content that violates our terms, which are designed to keep material that is hateful, threatening, incites violence or contains nudity off the service. We recognise the government's interest in minimising the amount of abusive content that is available online and will continue to engage with the Indian authorities as they debate this important issue"

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