Pakistan faces multiple hurdles when it comes to the development of a comprehensive, consistent, and coherent internet policy. The following post by Yelmaz Mujtaba, Sana Saleem, and Farieha Aziz will briefly look through how ad hoc censorship policies and a lack of willpower to develop infrastructure have hampered the development of Pakistan’s internet. The post will then suggest possible solutions for addressing these issues.
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//CGCS Media Wire takes a look at recent restrictions on late night phone packages in Pakistan put in place by officials to crack down on changes in social norms and values. Arzak Khan explains the cultural, technological and generational divide…Read More