- — BBC Breaking News (@BBCBreaking)Sun, May 20 2012 10:29:12
- — Aleem Maqbool (@AleemMaqbool)Sun, May 20 2012 11:01:20@sam_theone911 twitter banned by pakistan gov for 'blasphemous & inflammatory content" - mention of 'those' cartoons again too...
- — Alex von Tunzelmann (@alexvtunzelmann)Sun, May 20 2012 11:00:59Pakistan's #Twitterban is absurd, but fortunately also inept, to judge by the number of Pakistanis still tweeting. Good!
- — Saqib I Ahmed (@SaqibReports)Sun, May 20 2012 10:45:12Pakistan's Interior minister @SenRehmanMalik's tweet from yesterday where he says Twitter/FB won't be banned! https://twitter.com/#!/SenRehmanMalik/status/203961375087788032 …!/SenRehmanMalik/status/203961375087788032
- — Rehman Malik (@SenRehmanMalik)Sat, May 19 2012 21:32:35Dear all, I assure u that Twitter and FB will continue in our country and it will not be blocked. Pl do not believe in rumors.
- So what do people who sign on to Twitter get to see? Something like this ? [Disclaimer: This particular photo is from May 12]
- — Mehreen Kasana (@mehreenkasana)Sun, May 20 2012 09:39:07Twitter banned in Pakistan (for now). It's inaccessible on broadband connections but working on mobile phones. IT Ministry, you're so silly.
- — Ajith Mathew George (@AjithMG)Sun, May 20 2012 11:14:00
And Pakistan has not exactly been on easy terms with Facebook or YouTube for that matter.
Twitter banned in Pakistan
Twitter has been temporarily banned across Pakistan on Sunday by the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority. Twitter was reportedly blocked due to "blasphemous & inflammatory content." Ironically one of the first places where the news popped up was the Micro-blogging website!
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