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06/07/2021

Can Trump ban TikTok constitutionally?

Can Trump ban TikTok constitutionally?

No, Donald Trump really can’t ‘ban’ TikTok. TikTok’s is facing choppy waters in the United States, as President Donald Trump and his administration amp up threats to ban the app in the US. Although the Trump administration has painted a ban on TikTok as a simple action, experts told Business Insider it’s not so easy.

Is it right to ban TikTok?

Certainly, though there are potential cybersecurity concerns about TikTok’s owner, ByteDance, the national security justification didn’t quite square: TikTok is now banned, but another popular app owned by ByteDance, Resso, is currently allowed in India.

What is the decision of Supreme Court on TikTok?

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday refused to stay the Madras High Court order that directed the Centre to ban the Tiktok app over concerns about access to pornographic content through it. The top court said that ban directive was just an interim order and the high court is schedule to hear the matter on April 16.

Is Tik Tok start again?

Seven months after it was suddenly banned in the country, TikTok appears to have run out of doors to knock on in India. The Narendra Modi government banned the short-form video app in June 2020 alongside hundreds of other Chinese apps over data security issues following a border clash with the neighbouring country.

Why was TikTok ban removed?

India banned thousands of Chinese apps including TikTok last year following intense hostility on the India-China border,” the report states. Meanwhile, TikTok is non-operational in the country and has been removed from both the Google Play store as well as Apple App store.

Is Tik Tok still banned in India?

TikTok has been banned in India since June 29th. In its statement, the country’s Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology stated that the apps were “engaged in activities which is prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, security of state and public order.”