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Pakistan's government has banned access to the video-sharing Web site YouTube because of anti-Islamic movies that users have posted on the site, an official said Sunday. Pakistan unblocks access to YouTube - BBC News Jan 18, 2016 TikTok threatened with ban in Pakistan over 'immoral
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Insecure routing redirects YouTube to Pakistan A black hole route to implement Pakistan's ban on YouTube got out into the … Iljitsch van Beijnum - Feb 25, 2008 9:31 am UTC
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Jul 23, 2020 · SC judges complained about content on Youtube against them yesterday and hinted at banning the video sharing platform once again. Is a blanket ban on all content the only way left for us to save the state institutions from slander? Naya DaurNaya Daur Media (NDM) is a bi-lingual progressive digital media platform aiming to inform […] Pakistan and Afghanistan are divided by the Durand Line, a 2,400km frontier with villages straddling the border and mosques and houses having one door in Pakistan and another in Afghanistan [File: Reuters/Salahuddin] Jul 22, 2020 · Youtube Ban In Pakistan Youtube Ban in Pakistan. Justice Amin said that people of Pakistan can raise their voices against our decisions as we are paid from the money of the people. The constitution also gave us the right to privacy he added. Justice Mushir said that youtube is banned in many countries. A man opens social media app 'Tik Tok' on his cell phone, in Islamabad, Pakistan, Tuesday, July 21, 2020. Pakistan has threatened the China-linked TikTok video service and blocked the Singapore Jul 26, 2020 · Pakistan had hoped to eliminate polio by 2018, when only 12 cases were reported. But last year saw a surge and so far this year, 108 cases have been registered. Insecure routing redirects YouTube to Pakistan A black hole route to implement Pakistan's ban on YouTube got out into the … Iljitsch van Beijnum - Feb 25, 2008 9:31 am UTC A few hours ago, Pakistan Telecom (AS 17557) began advertising a small part of YouTube's assigned network. This story is almost as old as BGP. Old hands will recognize this as, fundamentally, the same problem as the infamous AS 7007 from 1997, a more recent ConEd mistake of early 2006 and even TTNet's Christmas Eve gift 2005.