As a consequence of Facebook’s alleged lack of cooperation with the state police in an investigation involving an imprisoned Indian citizen in Saudi Arabia, the Indian state of Karnataka has threatened to shut down Facebook’s operations.
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The Karnataka High Court has recently issued a stern warning to Facebook, raising the possibility of taking measures to shut down the social media giant’s operations in India. This action comes as a direct response to Facebook’s alleged lack of cooperation with the state police regarding an investigation into a case involving an imprisoned Indian citizen in Saudi Arabia, as reported by the news agency IANS.
Additionally, the court has instructed the Central government to provide detailed information about the steps taken thus far in response to the arrest of an Indian citizen under false charges. The Mangaluru police have also been directed to conduct a thorough investigation into the matter and submit a comprehensive report. The court hearing has been adjourned until June 22 to allow for further proceedings.
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