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Facebook India doesn't show up at Delhi Assembly committee hearing, gets 'final warning'

DNA Tuesday, 15 September 2020 ()
Facebook India on Tuesday skipped the hearing of a Delhi Assembly committee, reasoning that their representatives had already appeared before a parliamentary panel. In response, the Delhi Assembly hit back by saying that a "final warning" would be delivered to the social networking giant over their no-show.
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