PHC bans TikTok over ‘immoral, indecent content'

01:33 PM | 11 Mar, 2021
PHC bans TikTok over ‘immoral, indecent content'
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PESHAWAR – Peshawar High Court on Thursday directed to block the popular social media app TikTok which is owned by Chinese tech giant ByteDance.

The decision was made in light of complaints against “immoral and indecent” content on the video-sharing platform. 

The petition filed against TikTok was heard in the Peshawar High Court today. DG Pakistan Telecommunication Authority, Deputy Attorney General, and lawyers appeared before the court.

Justice Qaiser Rasheed Khan of Peshawar High Court while announcing the verdict remarked that indecent videos being uploaded are negatively impacting our youth adding that it’s our duty to protect the young generation from immoral activities.

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