Broken promises: Pakistan announces plans to launch censorship firewall, possibly with Chinese tech
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New mechanisms to censor websites and filter mobile communications could come online in Pakistan, possibly within 60 days, according to government officials in the country and activists on the ground...[Sana] Saleem [of BoloBhi]...[has] called out Chinese firms ZTE and Huawei, both major global telecommunications equipment makers, as having aided censorship in Libya and Iran and possibly being involved in Pakistan’s new firewall...[the Resource Centre invited ZTE and Huawei to respond. ZTE response below. Huawei did not respond]
Huawei Technologies did not respond to: Govt. moving ahead with plans for internet censorship firewall, "possibly with Chinese tech".
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