I couldn't even bring myself to tell people closest to me to be more mindful and look for apparent signs of distress.
PECB’s effect on society will be chilling.
Curbing hate speech should not mean restricting debate.
Who will guard the guards when it comes to the internet?
The award says you want to work on increasing young women' access to knowledge and information. Do you really?
I understand why people do not get help, Pakistani women are raised to believe that they need to live a flawless life.
On the face of it, you are getting internet for free. In reality, they will be monitoring all your information.
Somebody tell Mama Qadeer that his son 'abducted' himself and will be turning up dead soon. Why feign sympathies?
What the likes of Sherani overlook is that this isn’t just about an anarchic women rights agenda. It is about men too.
Blaming the internet or the victim for violation of online privacy is an ill-informed approach that perpetuates abuse.
Rinse and repeat. Sit back and await your turn.
When a stance for the opening up of a video portal is equated with blasphemy, how many can be expected to speak up?
Almost two years since the ban was imposed, the Pakistani state now has a unique opportunity to mend its ways, will it?
Dear Parliamentarians, I write to you in the hope of assisting you in the rather arduous task of defining blasphemy.
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