Dec 05, 2015 · In fact Pakistan’s traffic to YouTube reached its highest level during last few fays, almost half of what it was when YouTube was banned in Sep 2012. YouTube Traffic from Pakistan Aamir Attaa
Pakistan banned access to YouTube in September 2012 after an anti-Islam film, “Innocence of Muslims”, was uploaded to the site, sparking violent protests across major cities in the Muslim TikTok will be banned in Pakistan unless it cracks down on "immoral, obscene, and vulgar content," the country's government has said. The warning came after Pakistan blocked live streaming app Bigo. Jul 25, 2020 · Managing Director Punjab Textbook Board Rai Manzoor Hassan who had banned 100 books taught in private schools in the province for carrying ‘blasphemous’ and ‘anti-Pakistan’ content is being questioned for his perceived hypocrisy on Twitter for ‘liking’ a pornographic video. Presenting the man who just banned a 100 books all over Punjab. He doesn't like […] YouTube was banned in Pakistan on September 17, 2012 to pacify incensed emotions that were unleashed across the country following the release of the anti-Islam film “Innocence of Muslims”. Jul 22, 2020 · A YouTube ban is likely to come into force in Pakistan as multiple media outlets report that the country’s Supreme Court is hinting at banning YouTube.While I have the utmost respect for Pakistan’s judiciary, the honourable judges and the country’s Constitution, this decision will prove to be incredibly illogical and extremely damaging to the country’s economy, the entertainment sector Jan 14, 2016 · YouTube has been banned in Pakistan since 2012 when the world’s largest online video platform refused to take down a controversial American-made video which disrespected the Prophet Mohammed.
2 days ago · Should YouTube be banned? by Editor's Mail , (Last Updated 1 day ago) Nowadays, Supreme Court is hinting to ban YouTube in Pakistan due to secretarian crime committed by Shaukat Ali.
Jan 14, 2016 · YouTube has been banned in Pakistan since 2012 when the world’s largest online video platform refused to take down a controversial American-made video which disrespected the Prophet Mohammed. Pakistan's telecommunication and internet regulator said it reached the decision to keep the game banned after a detailed hearing conducted in PTA on July 9 on the directions of the Lahore High Court
On September 17, 2012, the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) ordered access to YouTube blocked, after the website failed to remove the trailer of the controversial Innocence of Muslims, and eventually resulting in a ban due to YouTube's noncompliance.
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