Quick Answer: Is Google Ban In Pakistan?

The ban was lifted due to technical glitch on December 6, 2015 according to ISPs in Pakistan.

As September 2016, the ban has been lifted officially, as YouTube launched a local version for Pakistan.

What things are banned in Pakistan?

23 Things That Are Banned In Pakistan But You Still Go Ahead With Them

  • Careem/Uber.
  • Prostitution.
  • Torrents-DVDs-Piracy.
  • Gambling.
  • Double savaari.
  • Texting while driving.
  • Extra-marital affairs.
  • Rishwat.

Is Google banned in any country?

Originally Answered: Is Google banned in any country? Yes, in China. And Google restricts access to some of its business services (like YouTube, Gmail, Blogger, Maps) in certain countries or regions, such as Crimea, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, Syria and almost all Arab countries.

Is YouTube banned in Pakistan 2019?

Pakistan lifts YouTube ban after three years. Pakistan announced on Monday that it was restoring YouTube access in the country, after Google created a Pakistan-specific version of its video platform that allows authorities to censor content on the site.

Is Tumblr blocked in Pakistan?

In January 2016, the Pakistan’s government blocked more than 400,000 offensive sites, including social media sites that were removed for no apparent reason. Though no sites have pornographic content.

Which country banned Pakistani?

Qatar bans entry of passengers from 15 countries, including India, Pakistan.

It is legal to use a VPN in Pakistan, but the government requires all VPN services to be registered. Unregistered VPNs are blocked. Registered VPNs are a security threat because they may leak your browsing activity to the government.

Which country has no Google?


Which country has no Internet?

North Korea. Burma. Cuba (83 on the list of 201 countries) Saudi Arabia.

Is Netflix Banned in China?

Netflix is not yet available in China, though the company continues to explore options for providing the service. It also is not available in Crimea, North Korea, or Syria due to U.S. government restrictions on American companies.