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DRF and DC Lahore Admin sign MoU for ‘Hamara Internet Mahfooz Internet’’...

Digital Rights Foundation (DRF) and Deputy Commissioner (DC) of the Lahore District Administration Rafia Haider signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on a series of upcoming digital safety and literacy sessions for young adults titled, ‘Hamara Internet Mahfooz Internet’.

‘Fighting Back from The Digital Fringes’

"Fighting Back from The Digital Fringes" uncovers the devastating impact of online harassment, cyberstalking, and other forms of digital abuse through the powerful stories of four women. Don't miss the opportunity to join the conversation and be a part of the change.

Gharidah Farooqi’s Ongoing Struggle Against Online Harassment, Abuse, And Violence

Gharidah Farooqi stands tall amidst years of cyber violence, refusing to be silenced in her fight for media freedom and women's rights.

Women’s Rights and Online Harassment in Pakistan: The Struggle of the Aurat March Participants

Navigating the dangers of online harassment: Pakistani women's rights activists share their stories

Digital Rights Foundation holds its annual National Privacy Conference

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.

“Pakistan’s tech policy is archaic,” Khilji

93% of all inappropriate videos uploaded to Tik Tok are removed within seconds

Media bodies reject PMDA

PFUJ have rejected the misleading statements of federal minister of Information Fawad Chaudhry.
AIC expresses alarm over regressed social media rules

AIC expresses alarm over ‘regressed’ social media rules

The AIC on Monday published a statement expressing its regret that the latest draft of the Government's social media rules retains its most problematic provisions even after consultations with relevant stakeholders.
Rights Watch

Rights Watch | 28th April 2021

Rahim Yar Khan Additional Deputy Commissioner-General recommended lodging cases and expelling four monitoring and evaluation assistants (MEAs) under the Protection Against Harassment of Women at the Workplace Act 2010 after it was found the officials were sexually harassing teachers at during visits to girls schools. For more stories on human rights abuses, keep reading.

Rights Watch | 31st March 2021

Police on Tuesday arrested a man for abducting and raping a twelve-year-old girl in his home in the jurisdiction of the Jand police station in Attock. A case was registered after a medical examination confirmed sexual assault. For more news on human rights abuses in Pakistan, keep reading.