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سوشل میڈیاکی امربیل سائبر کرائم کی آواز میں

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This blog has been written by Sabahat Khan, Member of  DRF's Network of Women Journalists for Digital Rights. کہا جاتا ہے کہ ریاست کے...

How fake accounts affect the lives of real people

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This blog has been written by Jalila Haider, Member of  DRF's Network of Women Journalists for Digital Rights. How does it really feel when you wake...

Censoring Art: The need to revise censorship policies

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Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) is an independent government institution that deals with regulating electronic media in the country. While one would assume...

Investigative journalism in the digital era

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A very thought-provoking question arose during Digital Rights Foundation’s workshop on ‘investigative journalism in the digital era’, which was held in Quetta in October...

Statement: DRF condemns the online attacks against Asma Shirazi

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July 15, 2018 -- Digital Rights Foundation and Network of Women Journalists for Digital Rights condemn the social media attacks against Asma Shirazi, a...

Hate Speech in the name of Free Expression during General Elections 2018

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The upcoming elections are creating a lot of hype not only on ground but also on social media. We are hopeful that a smooth...

سیاسی میدان میں بلوچ خواتین کی آمد

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بلوچستان جو سنگلاخ پہاڑوں اور قدرتی حسن سے مالا مال صوبہ ہے یہاںکے قوم پرست رہنماﺅں کا صوبے کی سیاست میں ہمیشہ سے ہی...

Cyber bullying: Senior Journalist, Saleem Safi, under attack on social media

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Metro Creative Graphics On 25th August 2018, a renowned journalist, analyst and anchorperson Saleem Safi said in an interview on a private TV Channel that...

Internet, Gender and Violence

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At present, Pakistan uses several tools of digital technology which also include social media. More than 50 million of Pakistan’s population uses broadband services....

Indo-Pak conflict: online war-mongering

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This blog has been written by Zeenat Khan, Member of  DRF’s Network of Women Journalists for Digital Rights. Perhaps more than most countries, Pakistan knows...

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