Twitter Back Up In Pakistan After An Order From The Prime Minister

Twitter Back Up In Pakistan After An Order From The Prime Minister

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A temporary solution to the drama that unfolded this morning when Twitter was blocked in Pakistan — some believe over representations of the Prophet Mohammed and Twitter’s refusal to block these images; and some believe while it was testing an image filtering service. Whatever it was, the site is now...
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