Pakistan ends YouTube ban after custom version launches
The country now has a direct line to Google to voice content complaints.
YouTube gives three Asian countries their own homepages
Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Nepal all get new front pages.
BlackBerry is leaving Pakistan over demands for backdoor access
The company's simply not willing to jeopardize users' privacy to please Pakistan's government.
America's drone strike program needs a low-tech fix
The drone program was supposed to be a "scalpel" that could cleanly excise terrorists with minimal collateral damage. What we got was mosquito hunting with a shotgun.
Pakistan to shut off BlackBerry email over surveillance jitters
Pakistan can't spy on BlackBerry email, so it's shutting down access by December.
Pakistan orders cellphone users to provide their fingerprints
Pakistan is determined to prevent terrorists from using untraceable cellphone accounts to coordina...
Twitter restores accounts and tweets previously blocked in Pakistan
Back in May, Pakistani authorities requested the removal of multiple tweets and Twitter accounts t...
Twitter's blocking of 'blasphemous' content raises questions over its censorship policy
At first glance, Twitter's international policy on censorship seems reasonable. If the laws of a p...
Black Ops 2, Warfighter banned in Pakistan for depicting country in 'very poor light'
The All Pakistan CD, DVD, Audio Cassette Traders and Manufacturers Association banned Call of Duty:...