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French ban the words ‘Twitter’ and ‘Facebook’ from being used on TV and radio | Mail Online

In a controversial move the French government has said that it will enforce a law so that the words ‘Facebook’ and ‘Twitter’ will not be allowed to be spoken on the television or on the radio.

President Nicolas Sarkozy’s colleagues have agreed to uphold a 1992 decree which stipulates that commercial enterprises should not be promoted on news programs.

via French ban the words ‘Twitter’ and ‘Facebook’ from being used on TV and radio | Mail Online.

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