Google, Facebook and Twitter warn Emraan Khan – if the changes in the law do not change

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan (file photo)

According to the newspaper Dawn of Pakistan, according to the new rules announced by the IT Ministry on Wednesday, social media companies and Internet service companies will have to give all the information that the investigating agencies will ask for.

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  • Last Updated:November 21, 2020 1:18 PM IS

Islamabad The advent of new digital law has created a ruckus in Pakistan. Internet and technology majors have threatened Pakistan that if this law is not changed then they will be forced to consolidate their business from Pakistan. It includes big companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter. Let me tell you that Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan announced on Wednesday that now he will be brought a sensorship on the content of the Internet. A company will be fined for breaking the rules.

These laws are worrisome
New making public policy organization representing the global Internet companies in Asia Internet Coalition said in a statement that Internet companies targeting law distressing. Explain that Google, Facebook and Twitter are also part of this alliance. Companies have said these things at a time when the information technology (IT) ministry announced this just two days ago.

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According to Pakistan newspaper Dawn, under the new rules announced by the IT Ministry on Wednesday, social media companies and Internet service companies will have to give all the information that the investigating agencies will ask for. These information may also include sensitive information like subscriber information, traffic data and user data. Under the new rules, social media companies or Internet service providers will be fined up to $ 3.14 million for content that defies Islam, promotes terrorism, contains hate speech, pornography or endangers any content.

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