Pakistani officials consider options for filtering YouTube

For two months, Pakistanis have been unable to call up YouTube to watch an anti-Islam video that sparked deadly riots here and elsewhere in the Muslim world. But neither have they been able to use the service to view the U.S. presidential debates, to catch the “Gangnam Style” craze or even to laugh at silly kitties in the Friskies Internet Cat Video Awards.Now, the netizens of Pakistan are telling the government that they want their YouTube back, prompting a reevaluation of the ban.
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