Facebook Deletes Soul Sisters Pakistan Group

Facebook Deletes Soul Sisters Pakistan Group


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Facebook has deleted Soul Sisters Pakistan, a women-only group in Pakistan with over 300,000 members, known for open discussions on topics like relationships and domestic violence. Founder Kanwal Ahmed expressed concern, mentioning an unspecified “intellectual property violation” linked to a post. The sudden removal highlights challenges faced by online communities in navigating social media platforms’ opaque content policies.

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Online restrictions are prevalent in Pakistan, with social media platforms like X facing disruptions and TikTok experiencing bans over inappropriate content. The removal of Soul Sisters Pakistan sheds light on broader concerns about freedom of expression and access to online support networks in the country.

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