In the court hearing today, the Interior Ministry disclosed to Islamabad High Court (IHC) that Facebook has brought down 85 percent of blasphemous content from the Social Communication site on the demand of Pakistan Government.
On the knowing about the request of petitioned for the expulsion of unholy content from web-based social networking, Chief Justice Islamabad High Court (IHC), Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui, was told a week ago that the Interior Ministry had arrested a person for the situation. Mr. Justice requested that the Ministry should present its most recent discoveries as on account till March 27th.
On this account, Interior Secretary Arif Khan notified the court today that Facebook has demonstrated a positive reaction with respect to helping Pakistan for blocking blasphemous content from social networking sites. He additionally announced that lone 15 percent of such matter was remaining and blocking Facebook will not resolve problems.
Secretary also included to his speech that no less than three suspects were under steady observation and the names of a couple of more presumed people were likewise put on the Exit Control List (ECL). He said that the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has grabbed their cell phones and portable PCs and the examination uncovered that two of the suspects were straightforwardly required in posting such unholy content on the web.
Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) Chairman Ismael Shah said that a group of 25 individuals has been attempting to look profane content on the web and the expert has so far made a move against 40 such pages.
Justice Siddiqui requested IT Ministry to take interest at settling this issue and furthermore requested that all gatherings present here are bound to report on March 31st.
Beforehand, FIA had reached Interpol and Facebook to recognize the online networking pages and records containing profane content that disregard universal laws. Head administrator likewise considered the occurrence and guided all important experts to recognize the general people behind this purposeful publicity and make a strict legitimate move against such people.