Twitter blocks users in India from viewing the tweets of several major accounts

Twitter has withheld multiple prominent accounts in India, including Caravan magazine, pro-farmers organization Kisan Ekta Morcha, and the Communist Party of India’s (Marxist) Puducherry account. [novideo] The social network didn’t specify the reason but said that it could withhold content or accounts in any country based on local laws and order from authorities: In our continuing effort to make our services available to people everywhere, if we receive a properly scoped request from an authorized entity, it may be necessary to withhold access to certain content in a particular country from time to time. Transparency is vital to protecting freedom…

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