Information technology (IT) companies face significant censorship challenges in countries such as China and India. This case deals with the ethical issues associated with government censorship, and specifically whether corporations that comply with such censorship are complicit in violating basic human rights. The context is India, and the case provides a summary of relevant cultural and legal issues in this very turbulent country.
Copyright © 2013 Judith Schrempf-Stirling. This case study first appeared in the Robins Case Network, 2013.
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Schrempf-Stirling, Judith. India - Censorship for a Good Cause? Case Study. University of Richmond: Robins School of Business, 2013.