Video sharing app TikTok has been restored/unbanned in Pakistan.
The Chinese video-sharing app TikTok, which was shut down in Pakistan on October 9 this month, has been restored across the country today. The announcement was made by the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) in its tweet on the social networking website Twitter.
A number of tweets from TikTok's Twitter handler said that the TikTok administration had assured it of steps to control unethical content. TikTok is being reinstated following assurances from the administration that it will block all accounts repeatedly involved in spreading pornography and immorality.
If someone uploads a video that spreads obscenity, TikTok will moderate this account according to local laws. According to other media reports, the sources said that the meeting of Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has decided to revive the talk show after reviewing the steps taken by the tick talk management.
The TikTok administration has agreed to create a mechanism to prevent unethical and inappropriate content. They say a local system has been set up to monitor unethical content and suspend such accounts.
It may be recalled that on October 9, the PTA had shut down TikTok across Pakistan on public complaints, on which a PTA spokesperson said that the decision to close the TikTok app in Pakistan was due to immoral content and public complaints. was done.