YouTube has launched a localised version of its website targeting the Pakistani market, despite the fact it is currently blocked in the country. YouTube.com.pk is written in Urdu and shows the top trending videos in the country. Google, which owns YouTube, has also said it will remove sensitive content if requested to do so by the Pakistani government. The Supreme Court in Pakistan is now allegedly deciding whether to unblock the website or not. YouTube is currently blocked in Pakistan as a result of the country’s strict anti-blasphemy laws, which state that imprisonment and even death sentences can be given to those who insult Islam.