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Speaking publicly for the first time after the recent controversy around not banning influential people posting hate messages on its platform, Mohan told TOI: “It’s not good for us, not for people on the platform. There is no constituency that benefits from hate speech…(We) lean in as much as we can to both enforce our community standards and keep all kinds of harm away from the platform.”

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