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Pakistan Telecommunication Authority said on Monday it has lifted the ban on TikTok, 11 days after the South Asian nation’s telecom authority blocked the popular short video app in the country over problematic videos on the platform.
The authority, however, warned that TikTok needs to actively moderate content on its app or else it will be permanently blocked in the nation.
The telecom authority said it was lifting the ban after engaging with TikTok’s senior management, which assured it would moderate content in accordance with “societal norms and the laws of Pakistan.
” TikTok has about 20 million monthly active users in Pakistan, the authority said.
TikTok’s senior management team has also ensured that it will block users who show a repeated pattern of uploading “unlawful” content, the telecom authority said in a statement.
Pakistan banned TikTok in the nation earlier this month and also after issuing a “final” warning to the app in July.