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Content violating poll code will be removed in 3 hours: Social media companies

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 20 March 2019
Social media firms, including Facebook, Google and Twitter, have committed to a three-hour time limit to comply with legal requests and orders of the Election Commission for taking down content in violation of 48-hour ‘silence period’ during the upcoming Lok Sabha election
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