According to the sources, The Peshawar High Court (PHC) permitted the government to unblock a short video streaming application TikTok popular among youth in Pakistan.
As per to details, A bench of Peshawar High Court (PHC) headed by Chief Justice Qaiser Rahid, ordered the government to ensure that immoral content is not uploaded to the TikTok.
The Chief Justice of Peshawar High Court questioned the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) director general at the start of the hearing that “What action have you taken thus far [to have objectionable content removed from the app]?” to which he replied that the PTA raised the issue with the TikTok management.
He further added that the TikTok management has hired a focal person who will handle the issues of immoral and illegal content that is uploaded to the app.
It must be noted that on March 12, the Peshawar High Court’s (PHC) had imposed a ban on the short video sharing entertainment app TikTok.
The PHC ordered the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority to block the TikTok “until and unless some mechanism is devised to filter the material which is immoral and indecent and goes against our norms and ethics.”
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