Google, Facebook and Twitter sued in Kazakhstan over distribution of extremist content

Google, Facebook and Twitter sued in Kazakhstan over distribution of extremist content

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New In a lawsuit, the public prosecution office of Almaty, Kazakhstan has demanded from Google, Facebook, Twitter, and blogging platform LiveJournal, which is particularly popular among Russian-speaking bloggers, to stop publishing content from opposition media, Novosti-Kazakhstan reports. In other words, prosecutors want Google and others to shut down pages, groups, and/or blogs that...
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