NEW DELHI -- Facebook, Google, Yahoo
and other Internet firms have been ordered by two Indian courts to
remove material deemed religiously offensive, the latest fight in a
growing battle over web content in the world's largest democracy.
One court in the capital,
Delhi, on Friday issued summons to 19 companies to stand trial for
offences relating to distributing obscene material to minors, after
being shown images it said were offensive to Hindus, Muslims and
Christians, the PTI news agency said.
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