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The PTA lifted the nationwide ban on tick-tock

The PTA lifted the nationwide ban on tick-tock

The PTA lifted the nationwide ban on tick-tock

PESHAWAR: The Peshawar High Court had allowed the opening of Tik Tak after which the PTA lifted the nationwide ban on Tik Tak. Peshawar High Court hears petition against uploading of immoral content on Tik Tak Happened Chief Justice Qaiser Rashid Khan asked the DG what action has been taken so far. The DGPTA replied that we have raised this issue again with the Tik Tak administration, Tik Tak has also hired a focal person, we will look into all the immoral and illegal things uploaded.

The DGPTA said that we have talked to the Tik Tak administration to block those who make such mistakes again and again. The Chief Justice remarked that it should not be one time. You should take further steps to curb immoral content. PTA lawyer Jahanzeb Mehsud said that there are some sites in which certain things cannot be blocked and the entire site has to be closed. The court allowed the reopening of Tik Tak and directed the PTA to take further steps to curb the immoral content. The court directed the DGP PTA to submit a detailed report at the next hearing by May 25. Postponed On the other hand, the Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA) has ordered service providers under the orders of the Peshawar High Court.

The PTA lifted the nationwide ban on tick-tock