1. China’s social networks hit by censorship.

    The social media censor was similar to the system overseeing Chinese web access, though the sheer amount of messages passing through the social media services might also make it harder to censor all the content the government finds troubling.

    (Source: BBC)

  2. India minister Sibal says no censorship of social media

    "I want to say once and for all, without any obfuscation, no government in India will ever censor social media," news agency AFP quoted Mr Sibal as saying at an information technology summit in Mumbai.

    "I never wanted to censor social media and no government wants to do so. But like the print and electronic media, they have to obey the laws of the country," Mr Sibal said.

    (Source: BBC)