Pakistani court orders government to lift ban on social network X

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Pakistani court orders government to lift ban on social network X

A Pakistani court has ordered the government to lift the ban on social network X.

A court in Pakistan has instructed the government to unblock the former Twitter network X within the next week.

Network X in Pakistan has been facing disruption and filtering for over two months.

The filtering of this network began when supporters of Imran Khan, the former prime minister who is now imprisoned after alleging fraud in the February elections, called for protests.

The Ministry of Interior of Pakistan cited national security concerns as the reason for filtering network X.

Activists challenging this government decision say that the purpose of filtering network X is to restrict opponents.


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