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Censorship Social Networks

Pakistan Lifts Ban After Facebook Deletes Offending Page 677

Posted by StoneLion
from the never-again-until-the-next-time dept.
crimeandpunishment writes "Facebook is back in Pakistan today. A day after Bangladesh banned the social networking site, the Pakistani government lifted its ban after officials from Facebook apologized for the 'Everybody Draw Mohammed Day' page and removed it from the site. The page caused outrage and protests among Pakistan's Muslim population, and led to the ban two weeks ago. A spokesman for Pakistan's office of information technology said Facebook assured the government 'nothing of this sort will happen in the future.'"
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Pakistan Lifts Ban After Facebook Deletes Offending Page

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