Peshawar High Court lifts ban on TikTok
Peshawar: Peshawar High Court has lifted the ban on the video app TikTok. The court directed Pakistan Telecommunication to take steps to remove pornographic material. He said that there should be a system to differentiate between good and bad. If PTA takes action, such videos will not be uploaded. The court has directed PTA to take further steps to contain immoral content.
The court has ordered that unethical material should not be uploaded on TikTok. Chief Justice Qaiser Rasheed Khan asked the DG what action has been taken so far. The issue has been raised again. TikTok has hired a focal person.
We will see how much immoral content is uploaded. Remember that on March 11, 2021, the Peshawar High Court banned the Tik Tak app.
The petition filed against TikTok was heard in the Peshawar High Court. DGPTA, Deputy Attorney General, petitioner’s lawyer Nazish Muzaffar and Sara Ali appeared before the court. Chief Justice Peshawar High Court Qaiser Rashid Khan said that Videos like this are uploaded, it is not acceptable for our society, TikTok videos are spreading obscenity in the society and it should be stopped immediately.