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Monday, 6 November 2017

Whatsapp ban in Afghanistan after China.

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About a month after China banned all the popular instant messaging apps, Afghanistan on Saturday banned WhatSpeed ​​for 20 days in the country. According to 'The New York Times', the Afghan government has asked several private telecom companies to suspend WhatsApp and telegram instant messaging services in the country. This move is being seen as an effort to reduce the freedom of expression of the citizens.

According to the report, both WhatsApp and telegram are not working for Salaam Telecom customers. Salaam is a government-owned company.

The people of Afghanistan have termed this move wrong and illegal.

Abdul Mujib Khalatgur, executive director of Barber Group, said, "According to the Constitution, the freedom of expression is ineffective in Afghanistan.What'sapp and telegram are the tools of freedom of expression. If the government bans them, then it means that they are in Afghanistan tomorrow. It can also stand against the media. "

Due to the restrictions imposed on whatsapp and telegram, it was not clear on Thursday. The Deputy Director of the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority told the BBC that the restrictions have been imposed for security reasons.

'The New York Times' said, "Whatsapps and telegrams are often used by the Taliban and other terrorist groups to avoid government surveillance."

The Afghan government said that in order to start a new technology, these apps have been banned for some time, because users complained about the quality of service offered by WhatsApp.

Last month, after closing the image on video, voice chat and WhatsApp, China also banned sending text messages to WhatsApp.

According to CNN, the Open Observatory of Network Interface had spoken that Chinese Internet Service Providers have shut down WhatsApp.

The report on people on Twitter has indicated that on September 19, some people were not walking on whatsapp. In the past few months there has been a lot of flaws in China in WhatsApp.

Since 2009, China has banned Internet companies including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Google.

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