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Pakistani Locals Can Now Earn From Creating Facebook Content

After a visit to the Asia Pacific headquarters of international technology giant Meta in Singapore, Foreign Minister of Pakistan, Bilawal Bhutto, stated that Pakistani creators can now get money off of their Facebook material.

The newly launched Facebook Stars function in Pakistan can be used by content providers, according to FM Bilawal’s explanation on Twitter.

He described it as “huge news” and claimed to be the first representative of Pakistan to visit Meta.

The more stars you gain, the more cash Pakistani creators can make with this feature.

You can monetize your text, photo, and video postings with the Facebook Stars function. When you are broadcasting live or for on-demand recordings that have Stars enabled, users can purchase Stars and send them to you.

The Foreign Minister believed that this new feature would encourage young people, particularly in Pakistan, to use social media more productively.

He also emphasised how the feature helps women and young people find possibilities in the face of economic hardships.

At the request of his Singaporean counterpart, the foreign minister of Pakistan travelled to Singapore for two days. He also had brunch meetings with Dr Vivian Balakrishnan, the foreign minister of Singapore, and President Halimah Yacob.

The importance of relations between Pakistan and Singapore, a major ASEAN partner, was stressed by FM Bilawal in his discussions with President Yacob and FM Balakrishnan.

The two foreign ministers emphasised the value of consistent communication and dialogue, exchanging high-level visits, and fostering interpersonal relationships.

They decided to collaborate in the areas of agriculture, the digital economy, and digital finance in order to realise the opportunity for economic collaboration. They discussed the state of the region and came to an understanding that they should continue to work together to advance positive collaboration with Pakistan.

Another accomplishment for the growth of Pakistan’s tech sector was the first-ever registration of Alphabet subsidiary Google as a business with the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP), opening the door for other multinational corporations to establish branches there.

The American tech giant registered itself with the SECP because social media businesses were required to establish offices in the nation under the “Removal and Blocking of Unlawful Online Content (Procedure, Oversight and Safeguards) Rules, 2021.”

According to the social media regulations of the Government of Pakistan, firms are now required to register, and Google did so in this case.

If Google’s server is constructed in Pakistan, data will be secure. Even now, all businesses, including social media platforms, store their data from outside Pakistan.

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