Cybercrime Bill Must Not Be Approved In Its Current Form

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For Immediate Release Cybercrime Bill Must Not Be Approved In Its Current Form February 11, 2015: On February 7 and February 9, 2015, Bolo Bhi held consultations with lawyers, activists and technology experts on the proposed cybercrime law i.e. Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act 2015 in Karachi. Several reservations were raised during the review meetings and there was consensus […]

Pakistan’s Cybercrime Bill 2015: Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Breath

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UPDATE: Bill has not been approved. Chairman NA Standing Committee on IT has formed a 4-member committee of MNAs to review and amend it within 14 days and finalize. Today, on February 4, 2015, proposed cybercrime legislation ‘Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act 2015′ was approved by the National Assembly’s Standing Committee on Information Technology. This […]

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2014: Our Year in Review

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Take a look at what Bolo Bhi worked on in 2014 Click on a title and you will be taken to the post or report you want to read, or video you want to view Bolo Bhi Year in Review- 2014 from BoloBhiSlides

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So What Do You Know About The YouTube Ban?

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Hey there! So you think you’re awesome, the internet generation. You’ve got your torrents figured out, know all the shortcuts to hide facebook at the sight of your boss & what’s that about pumping the best music on your ipod? We’ve got a short quiz just for you, so what do you know about the […]

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Bolo Bhi & ZABMUN 2014 Academic Partnership: Report

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The Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology Model United Nations Society (ZABMUN) was initiated in 2007 and hosted its first national conference in 2008 with 450 delegates. ZABMUN 2014 was held from October 9-12, 2014 at the Pearl Continental Hotel, Karachi, and it attracted over 1500 delegates. Bolo Bhi entered into an Academic […]

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What do Jennifer Lawrence’s Nudes Tell You About Privacy?

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This blog was first published in Dawn. The internet was taken by storm when nude pictures of over a 100 celebrities were leaked and published on the internet. They are everywhere. Twitter is abuzz with  comments ranging from “don’t take pictures if you don’t want them to be public” to “how sharing or looking at […]

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It’s Your Fault- A Pakistani Guide To Rape Culture

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This is the first of a two-part article on rape culture, how it exists in Pakistan, and how it can be dismantled Once again, the country is wracked with anger and shame over the gang-rape and murder of a girl in Layyah. The incident occurred less than a month after the brutal public murder of […]

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Access Is My Right – And I Paid For It Too!

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 We almost always associate access to the Internet with censorship, but never think of it in terms of connectivity itself. The very first step to accessing anything on the Internet requires an Internet connection – one that works! At some point or the other we have all complained about our Internet connections – for not […]