Indonesia threatens to block WhatsApp messaging over obscene content

on November 6th, 2017, 10:34am
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia on Monday vowed to block Facebook Inc's WhatsApp Messenger within 48 hours if the service did not ensure that obscene Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) images were removed.

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