Moderation à la Modi: Indian government's crackdown on BBC documentary backfires

The Indian federal government's attempt to suppress a BBC documentary about Prime Minister Narendra Modi's role during the deadly 2002 anti-Muslim riots in Gujarat has backfired. Activists have been organising screenings across the country, and many people are continuing to share clips on platforms other than Twitter and YouTube. In this week's edition of Tech 24, Peter O'Brien breaks down what the consequences are, particularly for Twitter and the Modi government.

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