Pakistan has lifted a 2nd ban imposed on TikTok over “immoral and unethical” content later than the popular video-sharing app once more offered to moderate uploads. To this, the moderator told the PTA that it should have a system in place to tell between between “good and bad” satisfied on the app.
The app has before come under the radar of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s advisers, who have said the stage promote the “exploitation, objectification and sexualization” of young girls. Pakistan has banned TikTok, China’s video-sharing app, for the 2nd time and The Pakistani media manager undertook the move on Thursday later than a court order cite “unethical and immoral content” on the platform.
The lawyer said his client had approach the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) previous to moving the court; however, the PTA did not do something in this regard.