Popular video-sharing website YouTube allowed function once again in the country

Popular video-sharing website YouTube allowed function once again in the country. After more than three years.

Ministry of Information Technology has given directions to allow YouTube to function once again in the country.

After more than three years, YouTube allowed to function in Pakistan, TV News reported.

It more than three years since popular video-sharing website banned in Pakistan.

However, the Ministry of Information Technology has given directions to allow YouTube to function once again in the country.

Popular video-sharing website YouTube allowed function once again in the country.

Popular video-sharing website YouTube allowed function once again in the country.

YouTube blocked in the country in 2012, when a blasphemous video shared over the internet.

Pakistani authorities had asked the video-sharing website to take it down and the request rejected.

Hence, YouTube was blocked in the country since then.

Justice Qazi Faez Isa had remarked a couple of days ago that YouTube was an informative and educative tool.

After more than three years, YouTube allowed to function in Pakistan,

It more than three years since popular video-sharing website banned in Pakistan.

However, the Ministry of Information Technology has given directions to allow YouTube to function once again in the country.

YouTube blocked in the country in 2012, when a blasphemous video shared over the internet.

Pakistani authorities asked the video-sharing website to take it down and the request  rejected.

Hence, YouTube blocked in the country since then.

Justice Qazi Faez Isa had remarked a couple of days ago that YouTube was an informative and educative tool.

Popular video-sharing website YouTube allowed function once again in the country.

YouTube blocked in the country in 2012, when a blasphemous video shared over the internet.

Pakistani authorities had asked the video-sharing website to take it down and the request had been rejected.

Pakistani authorities asked the video-sharing website to take it down and the request  rejected.