Google agrees to block Jordan links to anti-Islam film
- Jordan: Sunday, September 23 - 2012 at 09:35
Jordanian communications and information technology minister, Atef Tel has said Google has agreed to block all links connecting internet users in the kingdom to an anti-Islam film made in the US that has stirred outrage across the Muslim world, AFP has reported. "We asked Google to block all links to this film in the kingdom and we have had a favourable response," Tel said.
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