After a recent spate of violence instigated via WhatsApp the Indian government is asking the app maker for help in cracking down on irresponsible messaging blamed for inflaming tensions. But what can WhatsApp really do and what civic and legal responsibilities do messaging platforms aren’t used to incite violence.
Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Roger Chang and Justin Robert Young.
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