Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) today banned Chinese-claimed video-sharing application TikTok after the organization neglected to completely comply with the directions for development of a successful system for proactive moderation of unlawful online content.
Statement issued by PTA, “Keeping in see the complaints and nature of the content being reliably posted on TikTok, PTA gave a last notification to the application and gave fair chance to react and follow the Authority directions for the development of a powerful system for proactive control of unlawful online content.”
The application neglected to completely agree to the guidelines, hence, instructions were given for banning of TikTok application in the nation.
Pakistan’s most-followed TikTok star Jannat Mirza on Friday called for a removal of the prohibition on the video-sharing application saying that “it must proceed but with strict guidelines and conditions for the terms of its use.
She said, it was a good application in support of its merits. It was a convenient one for each one. So much talent developed through this application and it was likewise a source of income for some individuals.
Numerous individuals turned out on the side of Jannat Mirza, communicating their bitterness over the boycott.
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