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  • Satire website Khabaristan Times blocked in Pakistan

    KARACHI: Readers of the satire website Khabaristan Times were informed in a Facebook post on Monday that the website had been blocked in Pakistan since Wednesday (Jan 25)...

    there hasn’t been an official notification from any regulatory authority regarding the website being banned, but it can’t be accessed anywhere in Pakistan...

  • Nadra website 'temporarily affected' due to interest in Naya Pakistan Housing Programme: spokesperson

    National Database and Registration Authority (Nadra) Spokesperson Faiq Ali on Thursday claimed that around 200,000 people from 174 countries had simultaneously accessed its website as soon as the Naya Pakistan Housing Programme was launched on Nadra's website...

    The spokesperson also claimed that 62,000 registration forms for the Naya Pakistan Housing Programme were downloaded in the first hour alone...

  • Facebook ads reveal real Russian game

    THE Facebook ads placed by a Russian troll farm and released on Wednesday show that the Russian propaganda campaign of 2016 didn’t favour either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton...

    ”If the social network ads placed by the St Petersburg Internet Research Agency — a troll collective linked to Yevgeny Prigozhin, a Kremlin-connected restaurateur — reflect the strategy of the influence campaign, the intelligence community was wrong...

  • Copies of famous artworks replace ads on Tehran billboards

    But whether people like it or not, the message is simple, according to Ehsun Fathipour...

    In a city of nine million people, 200 copies of works by world masters vie for attention along with 500 works of Iranian artists, such as Still Life by Iranian painter Bahman Mohasses, which is in Tehran’s Arjantin Square...

  • The state’s ads

    Government ads shouldn’t be used as a weapon against the press...

    ”Recently, Indian supreme court judges expressed their displeasure at state ads which projected the chief ministers of states and detailed at public expense their splendid achievements to a captive audience...

  • Pemra criticised for failing to act against ‘indecent’ ads

    ISLAMABAD: Three PML-N MNAs have criticised the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) for failing to check the airing of ‘indecent’ advertisements by private television channels...

    She insisted that some advertisements carried content that was “not acceptable” in “an Islamic, conservative society” like Pakistan’s...

  • ‘Unknown Rangers’ ads

    IT may be a case of “unknown” Rangers but, to borrow a phrase from a memorable statement once uttered by an American politician, there are also aspects of it that are “known knowns” — facts people are aware of (but which the Rangers would rather they were not)...

    There are persistent reports of people being arrested and detained by law-enforcement agencies without presenting them in court within 24 hours as required by the law...

  • WhatsApp will use your data to target ads at you ? but everything else on your phone is doing so too

    The world’s most widely used app-based instant-messaging service has made a change that is about to affect its one billion users...

    The company claims this is a positive move as it helps them coordinate better with Facebook, allow businesses of relevance to communicate with users through the social networking website, show users more pertinent advertisements on Facebook and get more accurate friend suggestions...

  • Clinton's spending big on Olympics TV ads, Trump airs none

    The opening ceremony was Friday and this week features some of the most popular sports, including swimming and women's gymnastics...

    ”Although neither Trump nor Clinton has as personal a connection to the Olympics, presidential candidates usually cannot resist the ratings bonanza, even if the ads come at a higher cost...

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