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Daily Dashboard | Big tech companies push back on Pakistan's censorship rules Related reading: Council of State to examine Belgian DPA reform bill

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The New York Times reports Facebook, Google and Twitter are among the big tech companies refusing to comply with proposed internet censorship rules in Pakistan. The Asia Internet Coalition wrote a letter to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan regarding the opposition of the companies, which proposed abandoning service in Pakistan entirely if the rules stood. The Pakistani government then eased its position, saying the proposal will be put through an "extensive and broad-based consultation process with all relevant segments of civil society and technology companies."
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