After notice from Twitter, Journo says Pak Army won’t leave him alone even in exile

Prominent journalist in exile, Taha Siddiqui, has recently received a notice from Twitter saying that the Pakistani government reported some of his tweets claiming to be in violation of Pakistan’s law and sought their removal. Twitter says in the notice to Siddiqui that they received this information in an official correspondence. What did Taha Siddiqui say یہ جو دہشت گردی ہے#اس_کے_پیچھے_وردی_ہے https://t.co/pC3IlR7TUx — Taha Siddiqui … Continue reading After notice from Twitter, Journo says Pak Army won’t leave him alone even in exile

Will we ever be able to catch-up on Freedom of Expression?

Banning or blocking seems to be the easiest way of denying the existence of something; this is especially true if you’re talking about countries like Pakistan. Sure, alcohol and pork are banned in the country – and we don’t only prohibit things, we police to make sure it’s stopped – but what I am talking about today is not of traditional censorship, but about censoring … Continue reading Will we ever be able to catch-up on Freedom of Expression?