Court Asks Google, Facebook About Complaints

August 2013
India -- West;8/9/2013, Vol. 38 Issue 38, pA34
The article reports that acting chief justice B.D. Ahmed and justice Vibhu Bakhru have asked Internet services firms Google Inc. and Facebook Inc. about the procedure adopted by them to deal with complaints such as misuse of social networking sites during a Public Interest Litigation hearing.


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