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pakistan telecommunication authority

Pakistan blocks Twitter amid blasphemy fears

www.guardian.co.uk
Twitter closed after it refused to remove tweets promoting a page urging people to post images of prophet MuhammadPakistan's rambunctious Twitter users have been briefly silenced after the government closed the site amid fears blasphemous pictures might be circulated.Muhammad Yaseen, chairman of the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority, said the micro-blogging site...
Pakistan blocks Twitter amid blasphemy fears
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Pakistan blocks YouTube over 'blasphemous' video

www.electronista.com
YouTube has been banned in Pakistan after Google refused to remove a video deemed "blasphemous" from the site. Prime minister Raja Pervez Ashraf has ordered the Ministry of Information and the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority to block the site, preventing the country's inhabitants from viewing a controversial video mocking the prophet...
Pakistan blocks YouTube over 'blasphemous' video

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

techcrunch.com
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...
Twitter Back Up In Pakistan After An Order From The Prime Minister
Pakistan blocks Twitter over ‘blasphemous’ Muhammad drawings
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