In Pictures: The biggest Internet security challen...
Lawyer Yasser Latif Hamdani (C) speaks with colleagues at his office in Lahore. Hamdani, who is suing the Pakistani government on behalf of internet freedom activists, said while some of the hundreds of web pages he had found blocked were pornographic, most were secular or sites belonging to religious minorities. The government is now testing Canadian software that can block millions of sites a second. The censorship helps shape the views of 180 million Pakistanis on militancy, democracy and religion. Activists say liberal voices are increasingly silenced while militants speak freely, according to Reuters.
In Pictures: The biggest Internet security challenges of 2013