Pakistan issues notices to Google, Wikipedia over ‘misleading’ content about Islam and Holy Quran

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Pakistan Telecommunication Authority says both platforms disseminating sacrilegious content

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Pakistan on Friday issued notices to Google and Wikipedia for “diseminating sacrilegious content”.

In a statement, the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) said they have been receiving complaints regarding “misleading search results” about Islam and an unauthentic version of the Quran uploaded on Google Play Store.

“Being a matter of very serious nature, PTA has approached Google Inc with the directions to immediately remove the unlawful content,” PTA said.

According to the PTA, they have also received complaints regarding caricatures of Prophet Muhammad.

–AA, Islamuddin Sajid

1 COMMENT

  1. Most important, well done.

    Importance of reading Quraan from actual book “Mushaf” by authentic reliable publisher…..

    Never trust Google versions for your Deen-religion….unless u r an expert and can make out the treachery of the Zionists and Crusaders…

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