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Google, Facebook and Twitter warn Imran Khan, law will not change Pakistan will wrap up business

Under the new law announced by the Ministry of Information Technology (IT), social media companies and Internet service providers will have to provide all the information that the investigating agencies require.

Tech Law

The advent of the new digital law has caused a stir in Pakistan.

Internet and technology companies have threatened Pakistan that if the law is not changed, then they will be forced to withdraw their business from Pakistan.

This includes big companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter. Explain that the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan (pakistan pm imran khan) announced on Wednesday that censorship will now be brought to his Internet content. A company that breaks the law will be fined.

These rules are alarming

The new law targeting Internet companies is alarming, Asia Internet, the world’s leading Internet companies, said in a statement on government policies. Google, Facebook and Twitter are also part of this nexus.

The companies have said this just two days after the Ministry of Information Technology (IT) announced this.

Or find out in this law here

According to Pakistan’s Dawn newspaper, under the new law announced by the Ministry of Information Technology (IT), social media companies and Internet service providers will have to provide all the information that the investigating agencies require.

The informatio may also include sensitive information such as subscriber information, traffic data and user data.

Under the new rules, social media companies or Internet service providers will be fined up to 3. 3.14 million for content that violates Islam, promotes terrorism, vulgar language, pornography or any other content.

First published: November, 2020

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