The Social Media Censorship of Canadian Sikhs
Social media companies are enforcing an Indian Law that censors Canadian social media content critical of the Indian government
Canadian Sikhs have found themselves in the cross-hairs of an aggressive campaign of censorship, harassment and intimidation.
This campaign has escalated on Facebook since the assassination of BC Sikh leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Canada, which has been tied to the far-right nationalist Modi government, with posts being blocked and accounts banned just for talking about it.
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