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Bad news for Tik Tak users on the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha – IG News

The bad news for users of TikTak, the global platform for creating and sharing short videos, is that PTA has once again banned the application.

According to a press release issued by the Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA), in the light of the relevant provisions of the Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act 2016, the PTA has blocked access to tick talk apps and websites in the country.

According to the press release, this action was taken due to the constant presence of inappropriate content on the platform and the failure to stop such content on the platform.

This is not the first time that tick talk has been banned. Last month, the Sindh High Court banned tuck talk across the country and ordered immediate suspension of the application, which was later lifted. ۔

On June 30, TikTalk, a global platform for creating and sharing short videos, released its quarterly transparency report, which found that Pakistan was the second largest market in violation of TikTak’s Community Guidelines, Terms of Service. Removed videos that spread misleading information about the doer and Covid19.

Between January 2021 and March 2021, 61,951,327 videos were removed globally, less than 1% of all videos uploaded to TickTack.

TickTalk removed 91.3% of these videos before they were reported by users, 81.8% of the videos were removed before they were viewed, and 93.1% of the videos were removed within 24 hours of being posted. went.

Also read: The President stepped into the world of tick-tock

It may be recalled that on July 16, President Dr. Arif Alvi stepped into the world of tic-tac-toe, which was confirmed by his spokesman himself. A statement issued by the spokesman said, “The President of Pakistan is now on tic-tac-toe. Will be present, where their positive and encouraging messages will be shared.

A spokesman for the President’s House said that the messages of the President of Pakistan would be shared on Tik Tak, especially for Pakistani youth, through which users would be encouraged to make inspiring videos.

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