Facebook begins deleting Taliban-related content, senior officials say Facebook executive says their company is actively removing Taliban content from the platform

“The company is removing content that promotes the Taliban from our platform,” said an executive at Facebook Inc.

Facebook begins deleting Taliban-related content, senior officials say

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Washington : Facebook is removing Taliban-promoting content from its platform after the Taliban came to power in Afghanistan. “The company is removing content that promotes the Taliban from our platform,” said an executive at Facebook Inc. (Facebook executive says their company actively removing Taliban content from platform)

Adam Mosseri, head of Facebook’s photo-sharing app Instagram, said in a Bloomberg Television interview on Monday that the Taliban were on the company’s list of dangerous organizations and that all content promoting or representing the group had been banned.

“We rely on a strategy that will enable us to actively remove anything dangerous or even related to the Taliban,” Moseri said. “The situation is growing rapidly now, and I’m sure the risk will increase,” he said. So we think, we have to modify what we do and see how we respond to these growing difficulties or how we face them.

Thousands of people are trying to flee Afghanistan after Taliban militants seized the capital, Kabul. The U.S. said Monday it is taking steps to secure the airport and evacuate U.S. citizens as well as workers and their families working locally. US-backed President Ashraf Ghani has fled the country. The Taliban said they had now taken control of the president’s palace. Now they are going to announce the ‘Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan’.

Air Force plane carrying 120 civilians arrives in India

After the Taliban took over Afghanistan, many countries around the world have started evacuating their citizens. After Afghanistan fell to the Taliban, the Indian government began repatriating Indian nationals. An Indian Air Force plane carrying 120 Indians landed at Jamnagar in Gujarat on Tuesday morning. The plane had taken off from Kabul International Airport.

120 Indians returned

The Indian Air Force C-17 plane carrying 120 Indian nationals left Kabul for India this morning. The plane landed at Jamnagar Airport in Gujarat. All those repatriated were staff of the Indian Ambassador’s office in Afghanistan, security personnel. Apart from this, Indian journalists have also been deported. Citizens returning home from the flight were warmly welcomed at Jamnagar, Gujarat.

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(Facebook executive says their company actively removing Taliban content from platform)

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