A petition for banning Tik Tok has been submitted at Lahore High Court.
The plaintiff has argued in the petition that the Chinese video app is a total waste of time, money, and effort. He maintained that the application is spreading vulgarity and promoting pornography among the youth.
He asked the court to order the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) to ban the lip-sync video app in the country. The petitioner demanded that the application should be taken down from Google and Apple stores in Pakistan.
He also suggested the establishment of a Privacy Protection Act under the federal government.
It should be mentioned here that a local court in India had banned the popular video-sharing app in February on similar grounds.
The ban was, however, lifted on the request of the company after it assured the court of strictly following ethical guidelines.
Via: Dunya News