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The Unwilling Gatekeepers Of The Internet – Internet Service Providers And The Prevention Of Electronic Crimes Act 2016


Mehtab Khan

The Unwilling Gatekeepers Of The Internet – Internet Service Providers And The Prevention Of Electronic Crimes Act 2016

The Unwilling Gatekeepers Of The Internet – Internet Service Providers And The Prevention Of Electronic Crimes Act 2016 What is Intermediary Liability? From service providers that transmit technical access to the internet,


Javeria Younes

Prevention Of Electronic Crimes Act (PECA) Continues Draconian Laws In Pakistan

Prevention Of Electronic Crimes Act (PECA) Continues Draconian Laws In Pakistan The state of Pakistan has been all set to unleash its iron fist by promulgating laws that curb free speech. This


Sabena Siddiqui

The Cyber Crime Bill Controversy

The Cyber Crime Bill Controversy The controversial Prevention of Electronic Crimes Bill was passed by the National Assembly and adopted unanimously by the Senate recently. It has been implemented immediately over all Pakistanis

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“Liberty Ain’t No Licence” – Regulating Cyberspace In Pakistan

“Liberty Ain’t No Licence” – Regulating Cyberspace In Pakistan The Prevention of Electronic Crimes Bill (PECB) 2016 provides for much-needed legislation on cyberspace. Dearest sirs and ma’ams, legislation is never perfect. It

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Pak Telecom Policy 2015 – Another Step Forward for Censorship

Pak Telecom Policy 2015 – Another Step Forward for Censorship On December 11th, 2015, the Economic Coordination Council (ECC) approved the long awaited Telecom Policy 2015. The policy focuses on several issues


Farieha Aziz

Desperate Steps

Desperate Steps According to the visionaries at the Ministry of Information Technology and Telecom (MOITT), an ideal telecom and IT policy space in Pakistan would have Section 34 from the Prevention of

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Farieha Aziz

Big Brother Awaits

Big Brother Awaits A new scheme has been hatched by the powers that be to control information and speech. If they have their way, content management powers for the Internet — exercised