Blasphemous content: Facebook decides to send delegation to Pakistan
A Ministry of Interior spokesperson said that the management of Facebook, in response to Pakistan’s request, has conveyed that it was aware of Pakistan’s reservations and wanted to resolve the issue through mutual consultation and dialogue.
A spokesperson for the ministry said that Facebook has even nominated a focal person to contact Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA).
The Facebook administration is of the opinion that dialogue regarding the issue would lead to the resolution of the issue.
Earlier today Interior Minister Chaudhary Nisar had said that Pakistan will take the fight to any extent necessary against those involved in uploading blasphemous content on social media.
He said that uploading blasphemous content is justified as freedom of speech, asking, “Is it freedom of expression or a conspiracy against Islam?”
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