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Tik Tak ban lifted in Pakistan

Tik Tak ban lifted in Pakistan

Peshawar High Court lifts ban on video app Tik Tak

The court directed Pakistan Telecommunication to take steps to curb immoral content.
The court ruled that unethical content should not be uploaded on Tik Tak.
Chief Justice Qaiser Rashid Khan asked DGPTA what action has been taken so far?
The DGPTA told the court that it had raised the issue again with the Tak Tak administration. Tik Tak has also hired a focal person.
The PTA told the court that it would look into any immoral material uploaded.
The Chief Justice said that there should be a system to differentiate between good and bad. If PTA takes action, such videos will not be uploaded

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