YouTube Ban in Pakistan
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If YouTube is banned in any geographical area, then all people living within it would now face legal action if they go on YouTube, including prior users, therefore a change in more than one person's everyday life has occured.
That is why I believe that the YouTube ban in Pakistan makes a difference.
Not only Pakistan is a country that is low on internet access and would have been low on content creation (due to the level of freedom in the country), Youtube belong to Google. Meanwhile, the loss of Youtube, which is the definite leader of video sharing over the web, is a separation from an incredibly open, rich, vibrant, and accessible source of information and content for Pakistan.
Just flexing my brain muscles. I don't know about the situation, and we're not amounting to much enlightening here. Plus we strayed away from the starting question, which I positively ansewered validly because in itself it was a useless question.
Corneliuss forfeited this round.
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Vote Placed by MassiveDump 3 years ago
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