Twitter is complying with a Pakistani bureaucrat’s requests to block what he described as “blasphemous” or “unethical” content, according to the New York Times. The censored material includes illustrations of the Prophet Muhammad, tweets from anti-Islam bloggers, and photographs of burning Qurans. The full list of appeals made by Pakistan Telecommunications Authority’s Abdul Batin can be found on Chilling Effects Clearinghouse, a database of cease-and-desist notices from across the Internet.

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