The Madras High Court has removed the ban from the Chinese Short-Video Sharing App “TikTok” on Wednesday. On April 3rd Madras High Court ordered to ban the app, saying it could expose children to sexual predators, pornographic content and cyberbullying.
The app was banned after MeitY (Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology) ordered the company’s to remove the downloading of the app via the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
TikTok has the largest number of users in India since the company banned from downloading the app it is working properly for the existing 120 million users but the company claimed that it’s suffering up to $500,000 in financial losses each day the ban stayed in effect.
“We are glad about this decision and we believe it is also greatly welcomed by our thriving community in India, who use TikTok as a platform to showcase their creativity,”TikTok told CNN
This is not the first time that TikTok is getting into trouble with countries earlier in February TikTok was fined for nearly $6 million to US authorities, over allegations that it illegally collected personal information from children under the age of 13.