Pakistan passes controversial cyber-crime law

Pakistan has adopted a much-criticized cyber security law that grants sweeping powers to regulators to block private information they deem illegal. The National Assembly approved the Prevention of Electronic Crimes Bill 2015 late on Thursday after the Senate had unanimously adopted it last month. Government officials say internet restrictions under the new law are needed to ensure security against growing threats, such as terrorism.

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