Articles by Bytes for All (B4A)
Social media sites were suspended to counter the protests from the members and allies of a religious group in Pakistan.
A new report by Bytes for All features detailed research of social media conversations spreading hate speech directed at faith-based minorities in Pakistan.
Bytes for All criticized offensive online trends targeting women members of political families. It noted that cyber armies of political parties are accountable for this disturbing online content.
Bytes for All said banning the popular social media platform is “detrimental to the fundamental rights of the citizens, including the right to freedom of expression, access to information, and the economic and cultural rights of Pakistani citizens.”
A call to restore freedom of expression and all civil, political and economic rights of Kashmiris by organisations worldwide
The ongoing suspension of human rights and no access to basic needs, including food, health and security in Jammu and Kashmir is a growing cause of concern for numerous organisations around the world.
Escalating conflict in India administered Jammu and Kashmir state led to a communication blackout and the curtailment of rights.
Pakistan has rejected the registration of more than a dozen international non-government organizations