#KholoBC is a Pakistan for All campaign opposed to all forms of state censorship and content regulation on the Internet. We believe all individuals have the right to make their own judgements and decisions about what they do online. We also believe that there is a concerted effort underway to undermine our online freedoms using the smokescreen of national security and religion. We are certain that in the absence of any resistance, these efforts will succeed. Don’t let that happen.
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#KholoBC – Ali Gul Pir x Adil Omar
Brought to you by #PakistanForAll and everybody who believes in their right to a free and open internet, #KholoBC is a youth initiative against state censorship in Pakistan. Join viral comedian Ali Gul Pir and badass wordsmith Adil Omar in their quest to make some noise against the YouTube ban.
Hugs for YouTube!
Pakistan for All’s #KholoBC campaign takes to the Karachi streets with a giant YouTube box!
Leaked email exchanges between Hacking Team (HT) and Pakistani contractors vying for their controversial Remote Control System (RCS) surveillance tool provide insight into how the business of cyber security operates behind closed doors.
The story, which begins in 2011, is one of intrigue and troubling intentions on the part of both
It’s been over a year since Pakistanis have had to go without YouTube or resort to proxy servers and VPN services to use the site. The world’s most popular video-sharing site has been banned in the country since September 2012 after an anti-Islam film on YouTube, “Innocence of Muslims” sparked
Pakistani musicians and activists have joined forces to renew the push against a ban on YouTube in Pakistan in place since September 2012. Rapper Adil Omar, comedian Ali Gul Pir and music producer Talal Qureshi this week released an edgy new song and video calling on the Pakistani government to
KARACHI: YouTube may be banned in Pakistan but that didn’t stop it from taking to the streets of Karachi. Or rather, a mascot sporting the video-sharing wesite’s logo made the rounds of the city, asking people to hug it if they want YouTube back.
Team members of ‘Pakistan For All,’ a