Pakistan tops list of most porn-searching countries: Google

Data reveals six of the top eight counties on the list are Muslim states


Web Desk January 18, 2015
Data reveals six of the top eight counties on the list are Muslim states. STOCK IMAGE

SAN FRANCISCO: According to the data released by Google, Pakistan tops the list of most porn-searching countries and leads the way in porn searches for animals like pigs, donkeys, dogs, cats and snakes, news website Salon reported on Thursday.

It further revealed that six of the top eight porn-searching countries were Muslim states. The country at number two in the list was Egypt, while Iran, Morocco, Saudi Arabia and Turkey came in at numbers four, five, seven and eight, respectively.

The fact that porn trends within the region can even be tracked was impressive, given that the sale of pornographic material has been banned in nearly every Arab country except Lebanon and Turkey.

More recently, the Saudi Arabian government also announced that it had hacked and disabled about 9,000 Twitter accounts associated with the publication of pornography and arrested many of the handles’ owners. The move was organised by the Commission for the Promotion and Prevention of Vice, also known as Haia, the Saudi religious police.

Many Muslim states declare that cemented social morals should not be violated. The data out there, however, suggest their public may feel otherwise.

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Waqar | 5 years ago | Reply | Recommend Oh please Pakistan is not even in top 20, so please stop this conspiracy. Check this first.:http://thenextweb.com/market-intelligence/2015/03/24/who-are-the-biggest-consumers-of-online-porn/
Shahab | 5 years ago | Reply | Recommend Your quite uninformed. Google searches have nothing to do with proxy. Google data is regardinf search keywords. People like you create conspiracy [email protected]:
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