- Madras High Court lifts ban on TikTok Application
Hearing the matter, the Court lifted ban from the application on a condition that all pornographic content should be removed instantly, and also no such upload should be seen in the future. The ruling also said that failing to do so will start contempt of court proceedings.Supreme Court directs Madras High Court to decide on TikTok ban till April 24
The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Madras High Court to decide on its interim ban on TikTok video application by April 24. The ban on the Chinese application which has over 54 million Indian subscribers will be revoked if the High Court fails to give its decision on a plea filed by Chinese company Bytedance, which owns TikTok, the top court has said.