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Good News For All Tiktok User Tiktok Return in Google Play store

Good News For All Tiktok User Tiktok Return in Google Play store TikTok was banned in April by an Indian state court for spreading pornography and encouraging predatory behaviors.


Good News For All TikTok User Tiktok Return in Google Play store 

Tiktok Return in Google Play store 2019 || Good News For All tiktok User Tiktok Return Tiktok in Google plap store Tiktok Reopen The app has been busy promoting its return with an in-app campaign featuring the hashtag #ReturnOfTikTok, offering cash prizes of 100,000 rupees (around $1,445) to three users daily from May 1 to 16 for sharing the campaign page, Quartz reported.
TikTok was banned in April by an Indian state court for spreading pornography and encouraging predatory behaviors. The app was then removed from Apple’s App Store and Google Play at the request of India’s Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology. The company appealed, stating that the ban imposed on free speech rights and citing company losses of up to $500,000 a day to its parent company, Bytedance. TikTok also revealed a number of measures it had taken to right its wrongs, including removing more than six million noncompliant videos generated by Indian users after “an exhaustive review of content.”
TikTok app is finally back on the Indian versions of the Apple App Store and Google Play after Madras High Court lifted ban on the popular social media app last week. Earlier this month, the app was delisted from the Indian app stores after the Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court directed the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology to do so. The ruling was due to a PIL filed against TikTok stating that the app encouraged pornography and child abuse. The ban was lifted subject to conditions that pornographic videos will not be uploaded on it.
The ban was finally lifted last week, but the app was still unavailable to download from the App Store and Google Play until today. TikTok is now once again available to download from the App Store and Google Play both. The app was added back today. According to Sensor Tower, TikTok added 88.6 million users in the first quarter of 2019 in India. The TikTok ban has also worried the social media industry in India as it sees legal worries mounting if courts increasingly regulate content on their platforms.

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