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Yahoo said that it doesn't have any objectionable content on it's website to the court hearing the objectionable content case. Major internet giants such as Facebook, Microsoft apart from others are being tried in court over them allegedly failing to monitor offensive content on their respective websites.
All these internet giants sought quashing of their petition in the court. The order from the court is not out yet & is expected today. The petition was filed by Mufti Aijaz Arshad Qazmi, an Islamic researcher who sought prosecution of major internet companies for allegedly hosting objectionable material on their respective sites.
Yahoo also termed the case against it as “Motivated”.
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