Pakistan Banned TikTok

Pakistan banned TikTok

Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA) banned the world-famous social media application TikTok after numerous complaints from the Pakistani people. Trump administration took action to ban the TikTok application, but the federal court in the US stopped the decision.

The world-famous Chinese social media application TikTok has been banned in Pakistan. In the statement made by the Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA), it was stated that there were many complaints from the Pakistani public that there was unethical and inappropriate content in the application. In the statement of PTA, "TikTok issued a final warning to the application, taking into account the nature of the content constantly published and the complaints.

Authorities have been given time to develop an effective mechanism for proactively monitoring illegal content online. The application failed to comply with the instructions, and therefore an order was given to block the TikTok application in Pakistan ".


The decision banning the use of TikTok in the USA was temporarily suspended by a federal court in the capital Washington, hours before it took effect. Following US President Donald Trump's announcement that he will sign a possible agreement for the acquisition of the Chinese-based social media platform TikTok's arm in the USA in partnership with Oracle-Walmart, the US Department of Commerce announced the TikTok ban, which is scheduled to take effect on September 20. had delayed.

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