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Zuckerberg faces death penalty after “Draw Muhammad” contest

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Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg may face the death penalty after violating Pakistani law when the social networking site became the host of a controversial contest that asked people to draw the Prophet Muhammad last month. This resulted on a temporary ban of the site in the predominantly Muslim country on May 19. The ban was lifted on May 31.

Pakistani hackers network shutdown as police arrests owners

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Five alleged hackers have been arrested by Pakistani authorities in raids that led to the closure of the website Pakbugs, known for being a community site for hacking and carding – a technique to verify if stolen credit card details are still valid by purchasing something. The operation, run by the Cyber Crime division of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), went ahead after numerous complaints by, according to a report […]

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