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"If you have actionable evidence, share it with us. We will take action," says Imran Khan. This is what his minister for state of interior Shehryar Khan Afridi had to say about Hafiz Saeed, the mastermind of 26/11, regarding whom ample evidence was shared by India. https://t.co/LbJOOlOlpr
When people with thousands of followers do the same thing for brands, it is called "influencer marketing". 😂 https://t.co/fwrsEf1rGs
Advocating empty slogans like love & peace after a terror attack is as stupid as calling for war, the costs of which you don't understand. Extreme positions fuelled by passion rarely make for sound judgements. I trust the Indian Army to give a befitting reply. #PulwamaAttack
And Arbaaz Khan looks like Roger Federer, doesn't mean he's going to win 20 Grand Slams. https://t.co/IZJLefQBQo
Twitter & Facebook find themselves in a catch-22 situation. If they don't take action, they are criticised for hate & misinformation. If they take action, they are accused of censorship. Tech companies have expertise in tech, not at deciding what is or isn't acceptable content.