The Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA) yesterday banned the video-sharing app TikTok, which has been re-established in Pakistan. He has contacted Pakistani officials and offered to address their concerns.
A spokesman of the TikTok company, responding to questions of a news website, said it was in touch with the Pakistan Telecommunications Authority and would soon reach a similar conclusion with the PTA.
To revive TikTok in Pakistan Confirming the contact from TikTok, a senior PTA official said that if the management of the TikTok app would improve the system to prevent illegal and obscene Content, then PTA Can be restored TikTok across Pakistan.
“We have a dynamic system in place to ensure that the platform is safe and secure for users and includes a simple procedure that violates our rules. The TikTok administration said Content could be reported, maintaining a safe and positive environment in the company’s community is a top priority.
It may be recalled that Pakistan Telecommunications, the regulatory body for communication in Pakistan, has banned tick-tock applications after receiving complaints from various sections of the society, issuing guidelines to prevent immoral and obscene Content.