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Earlier this year, Prime Minister Imran Khan promised to initiate a “broad-based” consultation on content regulation after a strong backlash from stakeholders over the release of the Citizens Protection (Against Online Harm) Rules 2020.

In October, the AIC had expressed its reservations over the consultation process in a letter addressed to Prime Minister Khan.

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