Authorities urged to ensure safety of journalists and hold the perpetrators of harassment and violence accountable.
Pakistan Press Foundation urged authorities to allow journalists to continue their work without intimidation.
Internet users have been demanding clearer explanations and expressing their frustration at the prolonged outage.
Digital Rights Foundation urged political parties to include six digital rights concerns in their election manifestos.
The disruption coincided with the virtual rally organized by a major political party.
Pakistan Press Foundation has documented at least 157 media-related attacks, including 16 instances of arrests, five instances of detention, and 44 cases of assault this year.
During the past year, RSF observed that the various investigations have been marked by opaqueness and lack of cooperation between Kenya and Pakistan.
Pakistan Press Foundation welcomes the safe return of anchorperson Imran Riaz Khan who went missing for four months
Media groups call for a complete investigation into his disappearance.
Concerns have been raised about these legislative frameworks enabling illegal surveillance and isolating Pakistan from the global digital community.
Pakistan Press Foundation said that the media should be given room for self-regulation in combating disinformation.
The Pakistan Press Foundation organized a workshop to address the safety and security concerns faced by journalists across Pakistan.
A complaint was filed against four media professionals – Shaheen Sehbai, Wajahat Saeed Khan, Moeed Pirzada and Sabir Shakir – for allegedly inciting the public during the protests in May.
Media Matters for Democracy said that the restrictions affected nearly 125 million people and caused billions of losses for local livelihoods.
Pakistan authorities urged to ensure access to information at a time of political uncertainty following the arrest of former Prime Minister Imran Khan.