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Daily Archives: November 15, 2019

Social media best tool to expose Indian aggression in IOK: President Masood

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PESHAWAR:The time is ripe to come up with a new narrative on occupied Kashmir to expose India’s real face before the international community, said Azad Jammu Kashmir (AJK) President Sardar Masood Khan. “Pakistanis and Kashmiris have potential to highlight Kashmir issue in the context of changing situation while getting India’s false narrative rejected by the […]

‘Human rights abuses’ at internment centres worries SC

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ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Thursday expressed serious concern over “human rights violations” at the internment centres set up in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. “The US has set up a detention facility in Guantánamo Bay outside its territorial limits to detain and interrogate foreign prisoners. In contrast we have detained our own citizens at internment centres where they have […]

WhatsApp empowers users with new privacy controls

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LAHORE    –     WhatsApp groups continue to connect family, friends, coworkers, classmates and more. As people turn to groups for important conversations, users have asked for more control over their experience. WhatsApp is introducing a new privacy setting and invite system to help you decide who can add you to groups. To enable […]

Pakistan leads in number of censorship requests sent to Facebook

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Of the 17,807 content restrictions made by Facebook globally, the highest number — over 31 per cent — of the requests originated from Pakistan between January and July 2019, according to the platform’s latest transparency report released on Wednesday. Facebook restricted 5,690 items within Pakistan during the first half of 2019, as compared to 4,174 pieces from the second […]

Pakistan tops in Facebook content censorship

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KARACHI:Facebook restricted access to over 5,000 pages, posts and other content in Pakistan between January and June 2019 – the highest in the world – followed by Mexico with 4,727 content restrictions, the social media giant said in a report released on Wednesday. According to the Facebook Transparency Report, the amount of content it restricted access to in Pakistan […]