TikTok is a popular mobile application that allows users to make short lip-synced videos.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday said it’ll hear on April 15 a plea against the Madras High Court’s order to the Centre to ban the download of the TikTok app over claims that it contains pornographic content, PTI reported. TikTok is a popular mobile application that allows users to make short lip-synced videos.
On Monday, a bench headed by chief justice Ranjan Gogoi had refused an urgent listing of the plea. Gogoi said the plea will come up for hearing in due course of time. ByteDance (India) Technology private limited, which owns the mobile application, filed a special leave petition against the lower court’s April 3 order.Continue reading “Supreme Court will hear plea against Madras HC order to ban TikTok”