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Govt asks Facebook to remove 3 contents

Govt asks Facebook to remove 3 contents

Screenshot of Facebook transparency report's Bangladesh part
Screenshot of Facebook transparency report's Bangladesh part

Bangladesh government has asked the Facebook authorities to remove three contents from its website, published between July and December 2013, a report by the social media giant says.
Facebook published its second transparency report on April 11 this year.
The first transparency report published in June 2013 said that Bangladesh government had asked for personal information about 12 Facebook users.
Facebook, however, did not respond to the request.
The corporation has decided to publish the report once in every six months.
The top requester of personal users’ data is the United States while India takes the first position for requesting restriction on contents.

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