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Soundbite: French TV bans Twitter and Facebook mentions

Posted on: June 4, 2011

mentioning social networks like Twitter or Facebook by name goes against a 1992 decree prohibiting surreptitious advertising… It “would be a distortion of competition” to “give preference to Facebook, which is worth billions of dollars, when there are many other social networks that are struggling for recognition.”

Christine Kelly, CSA spokesperson [French broadcasting authority]

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