Breaking News of Facebook: over entry into China
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Breaking News of Facebook: over entry into China

Chāţţagām : Bangladesh | Oct 13, 2012 at 10:30 AM PDT
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Mark Zuckerberg is believed to be keen on Facebook moving into China. Facebook could block content in some countries, a Washington lobbyist for the company has said, adding that it has faced uncomfortable positions over - too much, maybe, free speech.

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Breaking News of Facebook: over entry into China
Mark Zuckerberg is believed to be keen on Facebook moving into China.Facebook could block content in some countries, a Washington lobbyist for the company has said, adding that it has faced uncomfortable positions over - too much, maybe, free speech.http://helptipslatestnews.blogspot.com/2012/10/breaking-news-of-facebook-over-entry.html
NurulKader is based in Chāţţagām, Chāţţagām, Bangladesh, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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