Pakistan plays politics with Facebook !

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Just few days back, we heard about Pakistan banned Facebook, Youtube & Twitter. Despite of partial release of YouTube, after deletion of controversial objects, Pakistan still continue the ban on Facebook. Now the stories are getting air that Facebook ban was much more political influenced instead of sentimental of muslims in Pakistan.

This theory has started taken share after an alternative of Facebook, MillatFacebook.com, started publicizing its presence and effect in full swing. By look and flow of data MillatFacebook.com seems to be a replica of banned Facebook. Does that mean the alternative of Facebook was already aware about upcoming Facebook ban and was ready with all features similar to Facebook to offer ? Theories are also taking shape that the controversy which dragged Facebook in trouble was originally took birth from the mind of few people influenced by Millatfacebook. Since Facebook is a social networking site where content can be uploaded by anyone anytime, it can’t be ruled out the possibility of those content was uploaded by those people influenced by Millatfacebook, intentionally.

MillatFacebook promises to help connect users to 1.57 billion Muslims as well as what it describes as sweet people from other religions. Thousands of people in Pakistan have demonstrated against the US-based social networking site.

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The developer of the site says the aim was to register disapproval of the and to offer an alternative to a site that has also been criticised for its lax and confusing privacy controls. Now with the limited restrictive capability & capacity over the online portals and social networking site, it need to seen how MillatFacebook.com ensure the content delivery inline with Pakistan’s strict & hard sentiments towards its people and religion.

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