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PETITION FOR INTERNET CENSORSHIP AGAINST PORNOGRAPHIC CONTENT

INTRODUCTION: Google ranks Pakistan No. 1 in the world in searches for pornographic terms, outranking every other country in the world in searches per person for certain sex-related content. Pakistan is top in searches per-person for "horse sex" since 2004, "donkey sex" since 2007, "rape pictures" between 2004 and 2009, "rape sex" since 2004, "child sex" between 2004 and 2007 and since 2009, "animal sex" since 2004 and "dog sex" since 2005, according to Google Trends and Google Insights, features of Google that generate data based on popular search terms. The country also tops -- or has been No. 1 -- in searches for "sex," "camel sex," "rape video," "child sex video" and some other searches that can't be printed here. Google Trends generates data of popular search terms in geographic locations during specific time frames. Google Insights is a more advanced version that allows users to filter a search to geographic locations, time frames and the nature of a search, including web, images, products and news. Pakistan ranked No. 1 in all the searches listed above on Google Trends, but on only some of them in Google Insights. NO WONDER THAT IN A COUNTRY LIKE PAKISTAN, RAPE CASES ARE BECOMING USUAL THAN EVER, ALMOST EVERYDAY THERE IS A NEWS OF RAPE OF VERY YOUNG GIRLS, NO WONDER CASES LIKE MUKHTARA MAE DIE EASILY, NO WONDER PROSTITUTION IS BECOMING COMMON AND IS INCREASING DAY BY DAY, FOR EVEN THE POSSIBLE LITTERATE PEOPLE OF PAKISTAN HAVE GONE ASTRAY AND HAVE FOUND RELEIF IN IMMORAL ACTIVITIES. ARTICLE OF FAWAD ALI INSIDE PAKISTANS ADULT FILM INDUSTRY, TRIBUNE (PUBLISHED: MAY 2, 2010) GIVE A CLEAR PICTURE OF HOW THIS INDUSTRY IS PROGRESSING IN PAKISTAN

http://tribune.com.pk/story/9990/inside-the-porn-industry-pakistan/
IF WE ARE TO SHAPE AND MOULD PAKISTANIS IN A MORE PRODUCTIVE WAY, AN APPROPRIATE AND QUICK ACTION IS NEEDED IN THIS REGARD, FOLLOWING ARE THE STATISTICS WHICH WILL GIVE A CLEAR IDEA OF THE CURSE FACED BY PAKISTAN: INTERNET USAGE STATISTICS (WORLD & PAKISTAN) As of 2010, estimates show that 25.6% of the world population (1,733,993,741 out of 7 billion) use the internet. Considering Asia alone, this percentage is reduced to 19.4 % (one out of five people). Pakistan has a penetration percentage of 10.6% (18,500,000, which will increase exponentially this year, thanks to PTCL broadband and other providers).

Petition By: PAKISTAN STUDENT EXPRESS [compiled & documented by Raja M. Zeeshan]

This implies that 1 out of ten people in Pakistan (possibly more) use the internet. This is nothing compared to the penetration of the internet in the US, where it stands at a whopping 74.2%(3 out of 4 people, a vast majority). Ive always wondered why moral values have rapidly deteriorated in the west, and a similar wave can be felt in Pakistan ATM, esp. in urban areas. The stats given above, and more importantly, the ones given below, will bring to light, unquestionably, as to why this is happening. PORNOGRAPHY INDUSTRY: For those of you who might pretend not to know, pornography is a 60 billion USD industry, which thrives on placing sexual content on the internet, all kinds included. It is a major reason for adultery, sexual abuse, infidelity, homosexuality, gayism, lesbianism, child abuse and incest sex (sex between parental relations/siblings), among various other perpetrations. And heres the latest on how business is going (Mostly US stats, as they actually CONSIDER this a disease spreading in their society will map them to Pakistan later): PORN STATISTICS AND CONSEQUENT EFFECTS (2006-2009 avg. est./year) 1. $57.0 billion revenue world-wide (2006) 2. $12.0 billion of this is US revenue, more than all combined revenues of all professional football, baseball and basketball franchises or the combined revenues of ABC, CBS, and NBC (6.2 billion). 3.The National Coalition for the Protection of Children and Families states that approximately 40 million people in the United States are sexually involved with the Internet.(40 out of 340=12%, one out of every 8 people , which implies that theres at least 2 in my family, we all use the internet). 4.Sex is the number 1 topic searched on the Internet (NCPCE Online, Current Statistics, Internet) http://www.nationalcoalition.org/ 5. 25% of total search engine requests are porn-related. (Top three searches: sex, mp3 and hotmail.) 6. 8% of total emails are porn-related. Average daily pornographic emails are 4.5 per internet user. 12% of total websites are pornographic (every 8th page on the internet is porn). Affecting Children 7. 100,000 websites offer illegal child pornography 8. Child pornography generates $3 billion annually 9. 90% of 8-16 year olds have viewed porn online (most while doing homework, inadvertently) (9 out of 10 children using the internet, yes, its true)

Petition By: PAKISTAN STUDENT EXPRESS [compiled & documented by Raja M. Zeeshan]

10. Average age of first internet exposure to pornography is 11 years old (what do you expect a child to accomplish in life after that- except great sex ). 11. Largest consumer of internet pornography is the 12-17 age group 12. One in five children ages 10-17 has received a sexual solicitation over the Internet. Affecting Adults 13. 20% of men admit accessing pornography at work (non admittances, a majority, unaccounted for) 14. 13% of women admit accessing pornography at work 15. 53% of Promise Keeper men viewed pornography the previous week in one study 16. 10% of adults ADMIT to having internet sexual addiction 17. 2 out of 3 women, and 3 out of 4 men admit to having sexual thoughts about coworkers. Infidelity statistics Its tough to get a handle on how many of us are having affairs, given the inherent secrecy. 17. 22 percent of married men have strayed at least once during their married lives. 18. 14 percent of married women have had affairs at least once during their married lives. 19. Younger people are more likely candidates; in fact, younger women are as likely as younger men to be unfaithful. 20. 70 percent of married women and 54 percent of married men did not know of their spouses extramarital activity. 21. 5 percent of married men and 3 percent of married women reported having sex with someone other than their spouse in the 1997. 22. 22 percent of men and 14 percent of women admitted to having sexual relations outside their marriage sometime in their past. 23. 90 percent of Americans believe adultery is morally wrong. 24. 50 percent of Americans said President Clintons adultery makes his moral standard about the same as the average married man, according to a Time-CNN poll. 25. 61 percent of Americans thought adultery should not be a crime in the United states; 35 percent thought it should; 4 percent had no opinion. (God bless the porn industry for that) 26. 17 percent of divorces in the United States are caused by infidelity.

Petition By: PAKISTAN STUDENT EXPRESS [compiled & documented by Raja M. Zeeshan]

EFFECT OF PORNOGRAPHY IN PAKISTAN Mapping this onto Pakistans internet penetration percentage, we find that : 1. One out of every 20 Pakistanis is officially committed to internet porn (5% of total population) 2. One out of 33 Pakistanis (3%) has an illicit sexual relationship (possibly more, not less). 1 out of 50 (2%) get divorced due to infidelity/want of better sex. 3. 12% of Pakistanis now officially think that adultery should not be a crime in the Islamic republic of Pakistan. 4. One out of every nine children has viewed porn in Pakistan (11%). Which implies that you have at least one sibling/cousin on each side (paternal +maternal) who is into porn, even if they are under 15. 5. One out of 40 people (2.5%) access google pakistan to search for porn (for entire population). One out of four internet users in Pakistan use it for searching porn. 6. 1 out of 4 women that see you at work (22.5%) have sexual thoughts about you. 1 out of 4 (25%) men who see you at work have sexual thoughts about you too. Moreover, if you want to map these stats to KHI/ISB/LHR, multiply them by 3, as they are urban areas (internet penetration is greater) and literacy is at 30 %. The bottom line is 1 out of two people using the internet turns to porn daily. Which implies that as the internet penetration percentage increases, the entire society is going to turn into a vast majority of sex addicts, who have nothing but sex on their minds, and do not have the time to focus on their families, their work, or their loved ones, let alone greater social issues. All they will be thinking about is what someone would look like without clothes on, or what sexual position would be best for which figure they see. Sex? Yes but it is meant to be private, with a sense of commitment to it. Without that sense of commitment, it is just lust. Making it public = making humans animals easier to control and manipulate. The increasing penetration of internet brings with it this disease, which must be handled at the state level.

Petition By: PAKISTAN STUDENT EXPRESS [compiled & documented by Raja M. Zeeshan]

PORNOGRAPHY TIME STATISTICS: 2006 Search Engine Request Keyword Trends


1. Bolivia 2. Chile 3. Romania 4. Ecuador 5. Pakistan 6. Peru 7. Mexico 8. Slovenia 9. Lithuania 10. Colombia 1. Elmhurst, IL 2. Meriden, CT 3. Oklahoma City, OK 4. Irvine, CA 5. Kansas City, KS 6. Tampa, FL 7. Chandler, AZ 8. Norfolk, VA 9. Richardson, TX 10. Las Vegas, NV

1. Pakistan 2. India 3. Egypt 4. Turkey 5. Algeria 6. Morocco 7. Indonesia 8. Vietnam 9. Iran 10. Croatia

1. Elmhurst, IL 2. Meriden, CT 3. Kansas City, KS 4. Louisville, KY 5. Southfield, MI 6. Newark, NJ 7. Oklahoma City, OK 8. Norfolk, VA 9. Irvine, CA 10. Chandler, AZ

Petition By: PAKISTAN STUDENT EXPRESS [compiled & documented by Raja M. Zeeshan]

SUMMARY: Google, after recently running an analysis of its search queries, was able to determine which country stands at number one in sex-related content search. And you'll never guess which one won out. It's Pakistan. This Muslim nation, notorious for conservatism, religious orthodoxy, and fanatical censorship seems to actually be the world's forerunner in sex searches online according to data in Google Trends parsed by Fox News. It seems contrary that a nation who responds to blasphemy charges with execution is also the nation with more searches for a number of searches related to beastiality, sexual violence and other beyond-the-pale search terms. The irony is overwhelming. Pakistan constantly supervises the web for anti-Islamic content' and in the process has banned over a dozen websites, has, at one point suspended access to Facebook, and continues to monitor sites such as Google, Yahoo, Bing, YouTube, Amazon, MSN, and Hotmail. (Maybe you've heard of some of them.) But despite vigilant policing online, Pakistan still managed to come out number one for pornographic searches. You wont find strip clubs in Islamic countries. Most Islamic countries have certain dress codes, Gabriel Said Reynolds, professor of Islamic Studies at the University of Notre Dame told FoxNews.com. It would be an irony if they havent shown the same vigilance to pornography. Increased availability of pornographic webpages to Pakistanis has caused sexual addiction to many users, resulting in unproductive members of society, with unethical & immoral character and corrupt nature. STEPS TAKEN IN PAST: In late 2010 Pakistanis enjoyed generally unimpeded access to most sexual, political, social, and religious content on the Internet. Although the Pakistani government does not employ a sophisticated blocking system, a limitation which has led to collateral blocks on entire domains such as Blogspot.com and YouTube.com, it continues to block websites containing content it considers to be blasphemous, anti-Islamic, or threatening to internal security. Pakistan has blocked access to websites critical of the government or the military. The Pakistan Internet Exchange (PIE), operated by the state-owned Pakistan Telecommunication Company Ltd (PTCL), was created to facilitate the exchange of Internet traffic between ISPs within and outside of Pakistan. Because the majority of Pakistan's Internet traffic is routed through the PIE (98% of Pakistani ISPs used the PIE in 2004), it provides a means to monitor and possibly block incoming and outgoing Internet traffic as the government deems fit. In April 2003 the PTCL announced that it would be stepping up monitoring of pornographic websites. "Anti-Islamic" and "blasphemous" sites were also monitored. In

Petition By: PAKISTAN STUDENT EXPRESS [compiled & documented by Raja M. Zeeshan]

early March 2004, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) ordered Internet service providers (ISPs) to monitor access to all pornographic content. The ISPs, however, lacked the technical know-ho, and felt that the PTCL was in a better position to carry out FIA's order. A Malaysian firm was then hired to provide a filtering system, but failed to deliver a working system

PRAYERS: 1. Ministry of Information & Technology should be directed to compile a report on the causes of failure of internet censorship by PTCL and also Malaysian firm. 2. Ministry of Information & Technology should be directed to implement internet censorship against pornographic content as soon as possible. 3. Help in this regard can be taken from friend of Pakistan China, for china has already implemented NATIONAL FIREWALL against pornographic content. 4. NATIONAL FIREWALL has also been implemented in almost all of the gulf countries such as U.A.E, Government can therefore take guidance from such countries. 5. Its not as difficult as it sounds. Most reputable companies in Pakistan have all this content blocked on their networks, so why cant our government do it? 6. Internet Service Providers should also be directed to ban pornographic content as their level too. 7. Ministry of Education and Ministry of Religious affairs should also be directed to work to create awareness among people regarding the curse of sex addiction and Islamic teachings against pornography. 8. IT departments of Schools & Universities should be directed to block such contents at their level. It is requested that kindly resolve the matter on urgent basis, as it concerns Pakistanis and especially the upcoming generation of Pakistan.

Petition By: PAKISTAN STUDENT EXPRESS [compiled & documented by Raja M. Zeeshan]

RESOURCES:
1. Statistics on Pornography, Sexual Addiction and Online Perpetrators http://www.safefamilies.org/sfStats.php 2. FAMILY SAFE MEDIA STATISTICS http://familysafemedia.com/pornography_statistics.html#time 3. INTERNET WORLD STATISTICS http://www.internetworldstats.com 4. WOMEN SAVERS STATISTICS http://www.womansavers.com/infidelity-statistics.asp 5. ARTICLE BY: Kelli Morgan (Published July 13, 2010), FoxNews.com http://www.foxnews.com/world/2010/07/12/data-shows-pakistan-googlingpornographic-material/#ixzz1W4WvMZIT 6. TIME NEWS FEED http://newsfeed.time.com/2010/07/14/pakistans-peculiar-and-prolific-pornographytastes/#ixzz1W4bKfSPv 7. TRIBUNE INSIDE THE PORN INDUSTRY PAKISTAN http://tribune.com.pk/story/9990/inside-the-porn-industry-pakistan/ 8. THE EFFECTS OF SEX ADDICTION http://www.blazinggrace.org/cms/bg/sexaddictioneffects 9. INTERNET CENSORSHIP IN PAKISTAN http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_censorship_in_Pakistan 10.INTERNET CENSORSHIP IN THE PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF CHINA http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_censorship_in_the_People's_Republic_of_China

Petition By: PAKISTAN STUDENT EXPRESS [compiled & documented by Raja M. Zeeshan]