UPDATE 14 July: PUBG ban in Pakistan – Update from IHC hearing. Read more: Freestyle to miss out on PMWL 2020 due to PUBG ban . The PMWL 2020 is a big tournament with a winning price of 50,000 USD and Freestyle was the first Pakistan team representing the country in the international tournament.

The Pakistan government repeatedly asked YouTube to remove the video, but were repeatedly rebuffed by the California company claiming that it would be a violation of free speech. YouTube’s refusal led to a 2012 Supreme Court ban of the world’s largest video provider for “blasphemous content.” Sep 17, 2012 · Secondly, everyone should agree tat ban on YouTube is not the ultimate step. The govt. and publc should proceed further in a peaceful manner as precribed by our religion Islam to punish the insolents. Tech & Science Youtube Pakistan Censorship Google Pakistan has unblocked access to YouTube more than three years after the video-sharing website was banned in the country. May 21, 2010 · Pakistan blocked access to YouTube once before for two days in 2008 because of what it said was unIslamic content. Turkey, Thailand, Indonesia and Morocco have all blocked access to YouTube in the On Saturday, Pakistan briefly lifted the months-old ban on YouTube, spurred by the widely distributed U.S.-made video presented as a trailer for a film titled "Innocence of Muslims" and decried in many places around the world as blasphemous toward Islam. "After months of criticism of the ban, the

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

Jul 22, 2020 · The Supreme Courts Hints at YouTube Ban In Pakistan On the bench hearing the case, the Justice Qazi Muhammad Amin and Justice Mushir Alam were there. However, during the hearing, the court objected upon the indecent content on social media, which particularly objectified the judiciary, the armed forces, and the government. In 2008, Youtube was banned in Pakistan because of the videos made on the Muslim's final prophet "Hazrat Muhammad S.A.W" commonly known as "Prophet Muhammad". Rumors that a YouTube ban was happening once again in Pakistan has caused a lot of anger. Pakistan saw a four year ban on YouTube from the years 2012 to 2016. The ban stunted any kind of growth for the YouTube community in the country. Creators were devoid of their platform.

Jan 19, 2016 · Pakistan banned access to YouTube, which is owned by Google, in September 2012 after the anti-Islam film Innocence of Muslims was uploaded to the site, sparking violent protests across major

Jul 23, 2020 · Justice Qazi Muhammad Amin and Justice Mushir Alam were on the bench hearing the case hinted about banning TouTube while hearing the case of a man, Shaukat Ali, involved in a sectarian crime.