One woman’s battle to make Pakistan’s internet safer

Dive deep into story of Pakistani lawyer Nighat Dad and her struggles in pursuit of her dreams


C Custer October 13, 2015
PHOTO: @NIGHATDAD / TWITTER

After an admittedly too-long hiatus, we’re finally back with another episode of the Tech in Asia podcast! Dive deep into the story of Nighat Dad, a Pakistani lawyer who’s struggled against everything from repressive cultural norms to government censorship and surveillance in pursuit of her dream: making Pakistan’s internet safer and more open for everyone – especially women.

Read: Pakistani digital rights activist Nighat Dad among Time’s Next Generation Leaders

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This article originally appeared on Tech in Asia here.

COMMENTS (2)

Ubaid | 5 years ago | Reply @Saira Khan: How are you so sure?
Saira Khan | 6 years ago | Reply she is an NGO owner. springing up their typical foreign vested interests about making the internet "safer", whenever the government wants to make it more strict for terrorists.
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