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Facebook India’s controversial policy chief quits — will it now stop hate speech from politicians?

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Facebook India’s controversial policy director, Ankhi Das, has left the company in order to pursue a career in public service. Das was famously alleged to play a crucial role in stopping moderators from removing posts from India’s ruling Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) that incited communal ...

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Facebook India’s controversial policy chief quits — will it now stop hate speech from politicians?

Facebook India’s controversial policy chief quits — will it now stop hate speech from politicians?

Facebook India’s controversial policy director, Ankhi Das, has left the company in order to pursue a career in public service. Das was famously alleged to play a crucial role in stopping ...

Facebook ignored hate speech by India's BJP politicians: Report

Facebook ignored hate speech by India's BJP politicians: Report

Current and ex-Facebook staff tell Wall Street Journal a top Indian executive opposed taking down anti-Muslim posts.

A Facebook Executive Who Shared An Anti-Muslim Post Has Apologized To Employees

A Facebook Executive Who Shared An Anti-Muslim Post Has Apologized To Employees

Ankhi Das expressed regret in an internal Facebook post — but some Muslim employees think the company needs to go further.

Facebook faces grilling by MPs in India over anti-Muslim hate speech

Facebook faces grilling by MPs in India over anti-Muslim hate speech

Social media site denies any bias towards ruling Hindu nationalist BJP party

Why India Is Considering a Probe Into Facebook

Why India Is Considering a Probe Into Facebook

A report suggests that the social media giant ignored its own hate speech rules to further its business. Now it faces a crisis in its…

Facebook’s Hate-Speech Rules Collide With Indian Politics

Facebook’s Hate-Speech Rules Collide With Indian Politics

A company executive in the vital market opposed a move to ban a controversial politician who staffers concluded had violated hate-speech rules. Some current and former employees allege the ...

India is turning its back on Silicon Valley

India is turning its back on Silicon Valley

India has for years incentivized Silicon Valley companies to make billions of dollars of investments in the nation. It's not that welcoming anymore.

Facebook, BJP and Narendra Modi: How Ankhi Das fuelled hate speech fearing a 'political fallout'

Facebook, BJP and Narendra Modi: How Ankhi Das fuelled hate speech fearing a 'political fallout'

'The Wall Street Journal' does a story that has been staring at Indian media for years

Hate Speech on Social Media: Global Comparisons

Hate Speech on Social Media: Global Comparisons

Violence attributed to online hate speech has increased worldwide. Societies confronting the trend must deal with questions of free speech and censorship on widely used tech platforms.

Facebook's alleged indifference of Indian hate speech linked to policy chief's political bias

Facebook's alleged indifference of Indian hate speech linked to policy chief's political bias

Facebook's inaction over hate speech videos that led to the Delhi riots has attracted widespread condemnation.

Exclusive: Facebook employees internally question policy after India content controversy - sources, memos

Exclusive: Facebook employees internally question policy after India content controversy - sources, memos

Facebook and its top lobbying executive in India, Ankhi Das, are facing questions internally from employees over how political content is regulated in its biggest market, according to ...

As India Clamps Down on Migration, Millions May Lose Citizenship

As India Clamps Down on Migration, Millions May Lose Citizenship

A draft list released by officials excluded four million people living in a northeastern state, prompting concern that it paves the way for discrimination.

Start Up No.1384: US DoJ prepares Google antitrust suit, real-world v virtual privacy, Facebook bans Indian politician, and more

Start Up No.1384: US DoJ prepares Google antitrust suit, real-world v virtual privacy, Facebook bans Indian politician, and more

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