Facebook Censors Blasphemous Pages To Comply With Turkey’s Demand, But Won’t Publish It

Here is another tip for thought. How do you define content that is ill-conceived and blasphemous in light of the “Je suis Charlie” fiasco? What you might think is funny could be offensive to another. That’s why having a targeted content strategy matters. Governments are now increasingly exercising their right to censor social media content and companies like Facebook will have to comply because if they get blocked, they will lose millions in advertising revenue.

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