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Pakistan Blocks TikTok, Citing 'Immoral' Content

WorldNews Friday, 9 October 2020
Pakistan Blocks TikTok, Citing 'Immoral' ContentPakistan has blocked online short-video sharing platform TikTok on the grounds of "immoral/indecent" content for viewing in the majority-Muslim nation. The state regulator said Friday that it had repeatedly instructed the platform to tighten its content monitoring to block access to the "unlawful" material. "However, the application failed to fully comply with the instructions, therefore, directions were issued for...
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Pakistan is banning TikTok over what it says is 'immoral and indecent' content on the video sharing app. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

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