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Facebook, Twitter, and Google warns Imran Khan Government against digital censorship law

Sunday - March 1, 2020 4:33 pm , Category : WORLD
Imran Khan Government shows constraint strictness on social media platforms
Imran Khan Government shows constraint strictness on social media platforms

..Then Pakistan to be 'isolated' in the whole world!

MARCH 01 (WTN) - Pakistan is recognized as a failed country in all over the world. Pakistan is already on the target of FATF in the case of terrorists. Actually, Pakistan is a fundamentalist country where atrocities with religious minorities are common. The whole world knows that democracy in Pakistan is only to show. In fact, the reality is that the Army there in Pakistan indirectly interference with the entire governance system. Now, many other companies, including veteran social media platforms Facebook, Twitter, and Google have opened their front in Pakistan, due to a new digital censorship law. The situation is that if the Government of Pakistan does not withdraw or amend the digital censorship law, Pakistan will be isolated from the whole world through social media platforms.

For your information, let us know that the new censorship law of Pakistan for social media platform companies like Facebook, Google, and Twitter is going to be overshadowed by Pakistan. Indeed, due to the new regulations applicable to social media in Pakistan, these platforms are finding it difficult to continue their services. For this reason, social media companies have even warned the Government of Pakistan of the digital boycott.

First of all, let us know that in the digital censorship law made in Pakistan, no clear scale has been set regarding objectionable content. Anything posted or commented on social media platforms can be considered objectionable, and an appeal can also be made against it. At the same time, within 24 hours of the appeal against the allegedly objectionable content, the concerned social media company will have to remove the content against which the appeal has been made. At the same time, the identity of whoever complains about the objectionable content will be kept secret.

The new digital censorship law also provides that all social media companies will have to open a permanent office in Pakistan and also have to create a local server. A provision of the penalty of Rs 50 crore has also been kept for not removing the offensive content. But against this unnecessary decree, social media companies have opened a front against the Government of Pakistan. Social media companies have even written a letter to Prime Minister Imran Khan, voicing their opposition, and the letter calls for the removal of certain provisions in the new digital censorship law.

The social media companies have accused the Imran Khan government of Pakistan that no appropriate steps have been taken by the government on the issues related to the freedom of expression and privacy of a person. Social media companies say that the rules in the new law are vague and arbitrary, and these rules violate the privacy and freedom of expression of Pakistan's 70 million internet users. At the same time, companies have even alleged that Pakistan did not think it appropriate to take the opinion of an expert while making the digital censorship law. For your information, let us know that there are already very strict regulations for online content in Pakistan.

Now, as the Imran Khan government of Pakistan is preparing to impose a vague and arbitrary law of arbitrariness on social media companies, let you know that social media companies have clearly told the Imran Khan government of Pakistan that if their demands are not discussed or if action is not taken, then they may consider surrendering their business to Pakistan. By the way, if social media companies boycott Pakistan against this unnecessary decree of Imran Khan Government of Pakistan, it will isolate Pakistan on social media platforms from all over the world. Now, it has to be seen whether the Imran Khan government of Pakistan takes some decision after warning from social media companies?