Authorities have reopened access to YouTube after Google launched a localized, Pakistani edition of the site. However questions remain over whether the government can now ban individual videos.
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BlackBerry has said that it will continue to operate in Pakistan, after discussions led to the government dropping its demands for "unfettered access" to the company's email and messaging servers.
BlackBerry says it has "no choice but to exit [Pakistan] entirely" after the government demanded "unfettered access" to its servers, to allow it to read every email and BBM message sent there.
Windows Phone sales have drastically increased in Pakistan, thanks to the popular Lumia 535. Volumes sales have been more than iPhones in the quarter, but still face stiff competition from Android.
A DNS change has put 284 webpages at a weakness to hackers. Among the pages defaced by a group of seemingly Turkish hackers are the eBay, Microsoft and Google sites. No groups claim responsibility.
A student in Pakistan managed to set a world record for the highest score ever recorded on the Microsoft Professional Certificate exam, adding it to one of his numerous Microsoft qualifications.
12 hours after the government of Pakistan decided to ban access to Twitter for its citizens, the social networking service is now back up and running in that country.
The government of Pakistan has blocked all access to Twitter on Sunday. The government claims Twitter was promoting what it called an offensive contest involving cartoons of the prophet Muhammad.
Pakistan has banned all unauthorized VPN use, and has requested ISPs to report customers who continue to use this technology. Big Brother is watching...
A Pakistani lawyer has filed a "First Information Report" alleging that Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg is responsible for the distribution of blasphemous Islamic content. A "Draw Muhammad" contest started by a Facebook user resulted in a...
Pakistan is blocking the video sharing website YouTube one day after ISPs in the country received a court order to block Facebook. BBC News is saying reports are leading them to believe a number of...
The Pakistani government, under President Pervez Musharraf, has issued a directive to all Internet providers in the country to block access to Youtube due to blasphemous content on the popular video sharing site. Users all...
Yesterday morning, Pakistan was hit by a earthquake registering 7.6 on the Richter scale. So far, it is thought that as many as 20,000 people might have lost their lives in what is perhaps one...