It should not take courage to stand with the downtrodden. Nor should it take courage to call for the implementation of the law, the Constitution, and the protection of the rights it guarantees.
The amendment bill will cement Peca as Pakistan’s premier censorship law.
Will politicians ever speak the truth again if power is snatched away from them after being given to them?
Under what moral authority can the CDA bulldoze the homes of working-class people?
Citizens do not simply forget about an incident or subject when it is censored on TV.
There is no need to put people in jail merely for speaking their minds regarding state institutions.
There must be no legal avenue to block entire platforms like Wikipedia.
In the light of the events of 2022, it is important for the rulers to commit to major improvements.
The rights Iranians are fighting for are the same ones in our Constitution.
The dignity of subjects in films that are under attack must be respected.
The cabinet’s nod to a controversial amendment to the FIA schedule sets an appalling example of political leaders not learning...
The law prohibits the kind of surveillance of government and opposition leaders that we are witnessing...
The issue of forced conversions of minority girl children has serious ramifications.
The issue with the PTA’s vision of the internet in Pakistan is that it only views it from a security and business lens, completely ignoring citizens' basic rights.
It is now possible for the PTA to block applications and websites without instructing ISPs to do so.
Selective justice cannot be our modus operandi.
The PTA is doing this to be able to exercise control over censoring the internet in Pakistan through a centralised system.
Attempts by deep state to bring back draconian legal instruments that IHC had struck down in February are clear.
It is of utmost importance for Pakistani citizens to learn and understand how the system functions.
The Islamabad High Court has struck down provisions of the Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act that not only criminalised...