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Google and Yahoo face Pakistan sacriliege monitoring

     
3:19 pm on Jun 25, 2010 (gmt 0)

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YouTube, Amazon, MSN and Hotmail will also come under scrutiny. A further 17 less well-known sites will be blocked altogether.
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So what do I have to do to get my site on the sacrilege list?
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So what do I have to do to get my site on the sacrilege list?

That might help cut the number of surfers with no means to purchase.
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Telecoms official Khurram Mehran said links would be blocked without disturbing the main website

i.e. government site content modification - this could be worse than blocking a site as it seems like the beginning of subtle 'adjustments' to websites to match a governments 'preferences'.
 

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