The LHC has allowed the PTA to block more websites sharing ‘objectionable material’ as Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif ordered the restoration of access to Wikipedia blocked on February 3.
Civil society organisations, technology firms, and universities on Monday demanded that the federal government reverse a ban on Wikipedia in Pakistan.
Gharidah Farooqi stands tall amidst years of cyber violence, refusing to be silenced in her fight for media freedom and women's rights.

Rights Watch | 24 January 2023

Father kills daughter in Karachi court over marriage of choice A woman was shot and killed by her father in Karachi for wanting to marry someone of her own choosing. The incident occurred at a city court, where the victim was...

Rights Watch | 23 January 2023

Police Arrest Four for Allegedly Gang-Raping and Filming Minor Police in Dera Ismail Khan, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa have booked four people for the gang-rape and filming of a child, and extorting money from the victim's father. The father of the victim lodged a...

Rights Watch | 18 January 2023

Multiple Kidnappings Reported in Islamabad and Rawalpindi, including Four Girls Eight people, including four girls, were kidnapped from different areas of Islamabad and Rawalpindi. Unknown individuals kidnapped Atiq's brother in the Bhara Kahu area and Umar's brother Shahzad in the Lohi...
Navigating the dangers of online harassment: Pakistani women's rights activists share their stories
Digital Rights Foundation's held it's annual National Privacy Conference bringing together experts from the field to reflect on the state of privacy rights and violations in Pakistan.
The government has decided to consult all stakeholders including media associations over the PECA Ordinance, the AG told IHC on Thursday.
Punjab Assembly Speaker Pervaiz Elahi will hold negotiations with media representatives over proposing safeguards in PECA Ordinance, announced Fawad Chaudhary as more media associations mount a court challenge to the controversial law.