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As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service on the internet, DML News offers the following information published by DAILYCALLER.COM:

Twitter informed a Canadian newspaper editor Friday that he was in violation of Pakistan’s blasphemy law.

Toronto Sun opinion pages editor Anthony Furey told his readers all about it in a Saturday column.

“I thought it was spam,” he wrote. “The email that hit my inbox Friday morning had the subject line ‘Twitter Receipt of Correspondence’ and the sender was ‘Twitter Legal.’”

The article goes on to state the following:

Furey was told that Twitter was taking this opportunity to inform him that it had received “official correspondence regarding your Twitter account.” Twitter then passed on the word from Pakistan that he was in violation of Section 37 of PECA-2016, Section 295 B and Section 295 C of the Pakistan penal code.

The report states that the Canadian reporter looked up information on the Pakistan law and learned that “Blasphemy against the Muslim prophet Muhammad can mean the death penalty.” He clicked on the link Twitter provided, and it took him to an old tweet he has posted years ago, when he posted a collage of cartoons about the Muslim prophet Muhammad.

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