The latest development comes almost six months after the Pakistani regulatory agency briefly banned TikTok following complaints about the alleged presence of immoral and indecent content on the social media platform
India ban on Chinese apps a 'digital strike', will give befitting reply if anyone casts evil eye, says Ravi Shankar Prasad
Insisting that India banned Chinese apps to protect data of countrymen, law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad sought to know why Mamata Banerjee's TMC was opposing the ban
India bans 59 chinese apps: TikTok's runaway success in India is a story best understood through the rise of the platform's many stars
To study the popularity of TikTok in India is to study an emergent Indian class, a group of individuals for whom the platform is a space inclusive of all kinds of sensibilities and contradictions.
TikTok to use humans and AI for content moderation, empower users with safety tools says global policy director
Tik Tok will allow users to restrict the visibility of their uploaded content to followers only.
TikTok had a record 41.7 mn app downloads in Q1 2019 and has 119.3 million active users in India
Bench of Justices N Kirubakaran and SS Sundar has vacated the interim order by the Supreme Court of India (SC), on 22 April, to ban of TikTok in the country,
TikTok Ban in India: Uncertain future for app looms; rise in content regulation could impact many others
While there is no doubt that there are significant issues with TikTok, a reading of the order does not clarify what justified a ban.