The Supreme Court, hearing the ban on TikTok, directed the Madras High Court to consider the ban on April 24.
Some countries in the world including India can remove the ban on the popular sort video app TikTok. The Supreme Court, hearing the ban on TikTok, has directed the Madras High Court to consider the ban on April 24. The Supreme Court has made it clear that, if the Madras High Court did not give any thought till then, the ban would be lifted.
Earlier the Madras High Court had ordered the ban on TikTok. The High Court directed the TikTok Ape-owned Chinese company Bytedance Technology to go to the Supreme Court’s door to this decision. However, the Supreme Court hearing on the company’s application said that the Madras High Court is currently hearing the case. There is no decision taken by the ban.
Let me tell you, the Supreme Court had asked to remove the popular video App TikTok last week for not receiving any relief from this matter, after which this app has been blocked on both Android and iOS platforms.
TikTokThe TikTok App has been tremendously popular in the past one year. Let me tell you that the company had first launched a musical name, but later it was renamed TikTok. According to a report, this app has been downloaded more than 100 million times worldwide. Let us tell you that the company’s rights are with the Chinese company Baitindas, which is one of the world’s most valued startup companies.