Madras High Court Lifts Ban On TikTok, Netizens Flooded With Memes

TikTok users in the country mourns because the Madras High Court ordered a ban of the video sharing app. In a condition that the platform should not be used to host obscence videos. It seems that many teenagers are been effected by it, says that it encourages pornography.

After a long battle Madurai High Court lifts the ban from Tik Tok India. The app has 0.5 billion users and 119 Million users from India.

The TikTok app was removed from Google as well as Apple play store and users were banned from downloading the application.

The company is to ensure that no pornographic or abusive content finds its way on the app. In the event it does, it will be treated as contempt of court.

On Wednesday, the Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court lifted its ban on the uses of popular mobile app TikTok with the condition that the platform should not be used to host obscene videos. A strict guideline has also been set for the publication of the videos on the application.

The TikTok’s parent company Bytedance said that the company’s fight was to stop the misuse of the platform has been recognised and said that, “the work is never done by our end. We are committed to continuously enhancing our safety features as a testament to our ongoing commitment to our users in India.”

The ban was lifted after the court backtracted its own order. Netizens flooded with memes in Twitter as Tik Tok is not Banned anymore: