Today in tech: Pakistan eases Facebook ban, e-readers need to catch up with iPad

Today in Tech

Pakistan eases off on Facebook

After blocking the social network entirely last week, Pakistan has lifted restrictions on Facebook for its citizens, but links to "blasphemous content" are still out of bounds. BBC News

E-readers need to change to challenge iPad

Researchers have claimed that e-readers are going to have to pick up their game if they are to keep up with the likes of the iPad or people may just spend their money more wisely. PC Pro

Firefox sneaks onto the iPhone

Mozilla has been working on an app for the iPhone to let Apple fans use its famous Firefox browser, but capabilities have been reduced due to Apple's app store policies. Mac User

Bieber erased from the internet

The young pop star may be dominating teenage girls' computers as we speak, but thanks to one web guru there is now an application to remove all references to Justin Bieber from your browsing. The Guardian

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Jennifer Scott is a former freelance journalist and currently political reporter for Sky News. She has a varied writing history, having started her career at Dennis Publishing, working in various roles across its business technology titles, including ITPro. Jennifer has specialised in a number of areas over the years and has produced a wealth of content for ITPro, focusing largely on data storage, networking, cloud computing, and telecommunications.

Most recently Jennifer has turned her skills to the political sphere and broadcast journalism, where she has worked for the BBC as a political reporter, before moving to Sky News.