India has submitted the highest number of online content removal requests in the last 10 years. According to a foreign news agency, the UK research firm CompariTech has made report by collection of data from Google, Facebook and Twitter in this report India is the top country who block the website and other content from the Internet by requesting Google, Facebook and Twitter while Pakistan is ranked eight in the list, Russia and Turkey are in ranked 2nd and third. After reviewing the data from 2009 to 2019. It is possible that some governments have tried too hard to control online data, including social media, blogs, or both
India has sent 77,620 requests to remove content online in the last decade, while Pakistan has sent 9,771 such requests.
According to the report, Russia was the most requested country to remove online content by Google from July 2009 to July 2018, sending 61,471 requests. Which was 53.31% of the requests received from all other countries. After Russia, Google received 10,379 requests from Turkey and 7,964 requests from the United States.
While 292 applications were received from Pakistan. According to the research agency, the most important reason for sending online content removal requests was 29.74% national security, 17.83% for the Public interest. From July 2013 to December 2018, India was the first country to request content removal online from Facebook, which sent 70,815 requests.
Facebook received a total of 77,620 requests to remove online content during this time.
France placed second on the list, which sent 42,989 requests, and Mexico ranked third with 24,872 requests, while Pakistan ranked sixth with 8,881 requests.
Turkey sent the most content removal requests online to Twitter between January 2012 and July 2018. These requests included legal demands,
Twitter received 30,183 requests from Turkey. Russia sent 11,570 and France 3,380. India ranked fourth in the list, which sent 1,406 applications while Pakistan was ranked 11th from where 592 applications were sent.
China sent Microsoft the highest 3,732 online content removal requests from January 2015 to December 2018, after which France and the UK were on the list. These requests were sent by governments on the basis of a violation of Microsoft’s rules or national laws.
It is important to note that in addition to some Microsoft services, all other websites included in the report are subject to ban in China.
From July 2012 to December 2018, the United States ranks first in requests received by Wikimedia. While Germany and France have been on the list since then, the research firm pointed out that online content removal requests received by Wikipedia are rarely processed.