April 26, 2017
LAHORE - The Lahore High Court (LHC) has ordered the removal of all blasphemous content from social media within four months besides seeking a report from the Information and Interior Ministries, and IT authorities.
Justice Atir Mahmood of LHC took up for hearing the petition filed by Zafar Iqbal Tuesday.
The counsel for petitioner informed the court that despite court directives blasphemous content has not been removed from social media. He added that non-implementation of court orders comes under contempt of court.
He prayed that orders should be issued by the court to remove all blasphemous content from Facebook, YouTube and other social media immediately and in case the material is not removed all social media be banned in Pakistan. - Online
The Express Tribune, August 27, 2018
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