The ban was challenged in the Sindh High Court

The ban was challenged in the Sindh High Court

Karachi: On Tuesday, a tweeter had approached the Sindh High Court (SHC) challenging the decision of the Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA) to ban the popular short video sharing Chinese app TickTalk on October 9. was done.

The PTA said the ban was “in response to complaints from various sections of society against unethical and obscene content at the request of video sharing.”

The PTA has said it will review the ban, which is based on a satisfactory procedure for moderating illegal content through ticket talk. TuckTuck said he is “committed to following the law in the markets where the app is offered.”

“We are in constant touch with the PTA and continue to work with them,” he said. We look forward to reaching a conclusion that will help us continue to serve the country’s dynamic and creative online community.

By encouraging young people to post short videos, Bite Dance-owned TickTack in China has become very popular in a very short time. Its immediate rise has taken it by storm, with several countries raising security and privacy concerns over its contacts with China.

The authority said in a statement, citing “complaints from various sections of society against unethical / unethical application content on video sharing requests” as the reason for the move, adding that it had issued instructions to stop the request. ۔

Both Tik Tik and the PTA pledged to continue negotiations to reach an acceptable solution for both.

“Providing a secure internet experience for consumers in Pakistan will be guaranteed,” the PTA chairman said.


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