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Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Feb 6, 2012

Facebook & Google Say They've Removed Objectionable Content

According to a news post on Times Of India, Google and Facebook have said that they've removed all the objectionable content from their websites. The companies have removed the objectionable pages from their respective networks which were pointed out by the petitioners.

I'm still in doubt. How can Google and Facebook possible screen all the content that's being uploaded on their website? Let's say a user uploads a photoshopped image on the network and then 1000s of users just copy it through their walls, status messages, blogs, twitter feeds etc. How'd any company prevent this unless a team of humans manually screens/reports all this content?
Ankita Katdare
Ankita Katdare • Feb 6, 2012
Some of my friends on Facebook reported that their status updates related to 'Zeitgeist Movement' were deleted and some images related to 'not removing objectionable content' were also automatically found to be vanished.
😲 so what they have reported might actually be true.
ShrinkDWorld
ShrinkDWorld • Feb 6, 2012
Actually they don't have such system so that they can remove all the objectionable content.
AbraKaDabra
Some of my friends on Facebook reported that their status updates related to 'Zeitgeist Movement' were deleted and some images related to 'not removing objectionable content' were also automatically found to be vanished.
😲 so what they have reported might actually be true.
I did not think they can monitor all the thinks it is like to be impossible. or it must have great (super) computer for monitoring every post & shearing

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