Demonstrators in New Delhi shout slogans during a protest against the arrest of climate change activist Disha Ravi for allegedly helping to create a guide for anti-government farmers protests.

Twitter blocked hundreds of accounts the Indian government said were inciting violence. Then it unblocked them. Now it’s stuck between Indian law and defending free speech.

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