If the headline seems bizarre, it does not hold a candle to the Madras High Court order that inspired it.
On July 15 of last year, the High Court passed an order directing a host of Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to block as many as 169 websites (that number was changed to 225 in a subsequent order), on the grounds of copyright infringement.
And now, it seems that the order has unwittingly resulted in the blocking of Pinterest, an online bookmarking . . .
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