Twitter sees record number of gov demands to remove content

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Twitter sees record number of gov demands to remove content

Japan and Russia lead pack.

Twitter said governments around the world made requests to remove content from a record number of user accounts between January and June last year, in data to be released by the social media company. The platform said governments made 43,387 legal demands for the removal of content from 196,878 ...

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