PTA Blocked Netflix in Pakistan and banned permanently

NETFLIX BANNED BY PTA

In a gripping update from Islamabad, the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) delivered a significant announcement to the Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Tuesday, revealing that it had taken decisive action to block a substantial portion of links associated with blasphemous content from a Netflix movie.

During a riveting session presided over by IHC Justice Aamer Farooq, the courtroom was filled with anticipation as the petition addressing the deeply concerning contents of the movie was brought to light.

The counsel representing PTA, in strict adherence to the court’s directives, presented a meticulously prepared report before the judge. With an air of urgency, he elaborated on the extensive investigation conducted by the authority, uncovering a staggering 778 links hosting objectionable material related to the controversial film.

With a resolute tone, he informed the court of the swift measures undertaken to curtail access to 452 of the identified links. However, the plot thickened as the PTA disclosed a startling revelation: the film’s trailer had been aired on Netflix, raising concerns about its potential dissemination across other platforms.

The courtroom buzzed with speculation as the petitioner’s counsel, sensing the gravity of the situation, urged the court to delve deeper into the matter by soliciting an additional report from the PTA, keeping the case in suspense.

In a previous hearing that had captivated the nation, the PTA had divulged its strategy to combat the influx of objectionable content, revealing plans to compel major social media platforms to establish physical offices within Pakistan’s borders.

With a sense of urgency, the PTA emphasized the necessity of permanent bans on platforms like Netflix for their alleged role in disseminating sacrilegious material. The courtroom atmosphere crackled with tension as the discussion turned towards imposing stringent deadlines on tech giants like Google, YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook to establish physical footholds within Pakistan.

The courtroom drama reached its climax as the judge, grappling with the weight of the situation, called for another report from the PTA before adjourning the proceedings for a fortnight, leaving the nation eagerly awaiting the next twist in this gripping saga.

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