Pakistan ends the ban on YouTube After New local version of the Website is launched


Pakistan ends the ban on YouTube After New local version of the Website is launched. Along with Pakistan YouTube has launched the new local versions of the website for Sri Lanka and Nepal also.


All 3 pages will throw a spotlight on popular videos in the nation. YouTube had previously offered Nepali, Urdu and Sinhalese on its general website. Reminding you that YouTube has remained blocked in Pakistan since September 17, 2012, a move made by Islamabad after blasphemous content from its platform was not removed.

Pakistan has blocked thousands of web pages it deems undesirable in the last few years as internet access spreads, but activists say the government sometimes blocks sites to muzzle liberal or critical voices. However, Google has now removed those objectionable videos and launched a local version for Pakistan. Its the good news for the Pakistani users on the web.

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