FB struggled with misinformation, hate speech in India, says report
The Times of India Mumbai|October 25, 2021
New York: Internal documents at Facebook show “a struggle with misinformation, hate speech and celebrations of violence” in India, the company’s biggest market, with researchers at the social media giant pointing out that there are groups and pages “replete with inflammatory and misleading antiMuslim content” on its platform, American media reports have said.

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