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LHC judge allows PTA to block more sites as Wikipedia restored
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, varsities demand lifting ban on Wikipedia
Civil society organisations, technology firms, and universities on Monday demanded that the federal government reverse a ban on Wikipedia in Pakistan.
کسی شخض کو قانون کی خلاف ورزی کرتے ہوئے خطاب کے لیے مدعو نہیں...
پیمرا نے بعض افراد کو ٹی وی پر نشر کرنے پر پابندی عائد کی ہے تاہم ان افراد پر عوامی اجتماعات سے خطاب کرنے کی کوئی ممانعت نہیں
عاصمہ جہانگیر کانفرنس: انٹرنیٹ سروسز کی بندش کا حکم پی ٹی اے نے جاری...
وائس پی کے کو ملنے والی مصدقہ اطلاعات کے مطابق یہ حکم پی ٹی اے نے تمام انٹرنیٹ سروسز پرووائیڈرز کو جاری کیا تھا
PTA shrinks from explaining why internet was suspended during Nawaz’s speech
The PTA has yet to present its case as to why internet services were shut down during PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif's address at the closing ceremony of the Asma Jahangir Conference 2021
Ehsanullah Ehsan spreading TTP propaganda on social media; PTA unaware
June 25th, 2021; By Ahmed Saeed; LAHORE ; Former TTP spokesman Ehsanullah Ehsan is propagating hateful content, & TTP propaganda & news on Facebook. Meanwhile the PTA says it is unaware of any such account.
Draft social media rules give unfettered powers to PTA: activists
October 6th, 2020; By Rehan Piracha; LAHORE; Digital rights activists say a new draft of social media rules sent to a cabinet committee gives unfettered powers to PTA for blocking online content on the pretext of illegal, blasphemous, obscene, or defamatory content.
PTA’s ban on dating apps shrinks spaces for youth, especially women
September 6th, 2020; By Haider Kaleem; LAHORE: Going beyond the scope of its responsibilities, PTA official has assumed itself to be the moral brigade of this county by erasing the few safe spaces for women & youth online.
Rights Watch | 23rd July 2020
HIV cases increasing in Pakistan: The UNAIDS 2020 report names Pakistan as one of two countries in Asia reporting “sharp increases” in HIV infections. The report provides updates on the current state of the HIV epidemic and ...
Students, lawmakers protest against unavailability of internet in Ex-Fata, GB
Jul 19, 2020: Students from Gilgit Baltistan and former-FATA took to the National Press Club to protest for the restoration of mobile internet data services in their areas. They demanded internet services so that they could attend online classes ...
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