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Internet companies face a roadblock in India after the government asks websites to screen user...

Internet companies face a roadblock in India after the government asks websites to screen user submissions for inflammatory and defamatory content before it goes online. Though execs for Microsoft (MSFT +1.9%), Yahoo (YHOO +0.1%), and Facebook are meeting today with India's acting telecommunications minister, a solution looks tough with the government's current demand that human beings screen the massive amount of content the firms generate, not technology.
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    Though execs for Microsoft (MSFT +1.9%), Yahoo (YHOO +0.1%), and Facebook are meeting today with India's acting telecommunications minister, a solution looks tough with the government's current demand that human beings screen the massive amount of content the firms generate, not technology.
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    Why? India has an excess of unemployed humans. This would be a perfect make work platform!

     

    Maybe we could export this model to the USA to help all the unemployed?
    5 Dec 2011, 01:08 PM Reply Like
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