Tag: Tiktok

Punjab police bans its personnel from posting on TikTok during duty hours

Punjab police has banned its personnel from posting on TikTok, a Chinese video-sharing platform. According to details, the Punjab police department has barred all cops from using TikTok during duty hours. The police department has warned that if a video of any officer goes viral on any social media platform, strict departmental action will be taken against them.

TikTok star from Peshawar commits suicide after rejection of marriage proposal

A 20-year-old TikTok star allegedly committed suicide in Peshawar’s Tehkal area after his marriage proposal was turned down. Shahzad Ahmad had 0.3 million followers on the popular video-sharing application. He had also made attempts to end his life in the recent past but was saved. Shahzad was found hanging from the ceiling fan in his room. Police have started investigation into the case.

TikTok to invest half-million dollars for training of content producers in Pakistan

Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) on Monday revealed that Tik Tok will invest half-million dollars for the training of content producers, after the app was blocked for immoral content. PTA also revealed that Tik Tok has blocked 4 million videos during the last three months and suspended 25000 accounts. This was revealed before the Senate standing committee on Information and Technology.

Pakistan’s TikTok sensation, Jannat Mirza is leaving country due to mindset of its people

Pakistan’s biggest TikTok sensation, Jannat Mirza, announced earlier that she is leaving the country for good. The news left Mirza’s massive following of over 10 million devastated, making them wonder about the reason she is moving abroad. While interacting with a fan over the matter, Mirza revealed she is heartbroken over the ‘sick mentality’ of people living in Pakistan.

PTA bans live streaming app Bigo, issues final warning to TikTok over obscene content

 Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has decided to ban live streaming application Bigo,citing complaints from people regarding the “immoral, obscene and vulgar” content. Morever, the authority also issued a “final warning” to video-sharing service TikTok over problematic content on the platforms. The PTA said the video sharing apps were having negative effects on the society in general and the youth in particular.

Tragic fate of digitization in Pakistan: PUBG ban hurts unemployed youth and future of eSports

The PUBG ban in Pakistan has stirred up a lot of controversy, leaving the egaming audience agitated and hopeless. The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) banned the game following three suicides, numerous complaints and termed it ‘addictive and waste of time’. However, egamers believe PTA has largely undermined the pros, a source of income for marginalised community being the major one.

TikTok sends meme-based cryptocurrency, Dogecoin’s price to 2-year high in 2 days

Trading volumes for the Shiba Inu meme-based cryptocurrency spiked nearly 2,000% in the last two days as videos on TikTok encouraged users to invest. The whimsical asset’s price climbed 35% to $0.035 over the same period. Some of the videos on TikTok, garnered more than 100,000 “likes,” while all videos with the “dogecoin” hashtag amassed several million.

India gets back at China by blocking 59 Chinese smartphone apps

As border tensions increase between world’s two most populous nations, India on Monday banned 59 Chinese mobile apps, including the wildly popular TikTok and WeChat. The apps were banned over national security and privacy concerns after several complaints were received by the ministry alleging theft of users’ data and violations of user privacy. It was unclear when the ban would come into force.

Teenager accidentally kills himself while recording TikTok video

A teenager boy accidentally shot and killed himself while filming a video for popular video-sharing platform TikTok in Sikandarabad, Karachi. The 17 years old deceased was reportedly filming himself while holding his father’s pistol to his temple when he accidentally pulled the trigger, killing himself. The police stated that the pistol was licensed and belonged to the boy’s father, a labourer.

Governor Punjab invites famous TikTok stars to raise Coronavirus awareness

In order to educate the general public about Coronavirus, Governor Punjab has joined hands with famous TikTok stars in Pakistan. A number of famous TikTokers were invited to the Governor House, where they were guided about their role during the on-going pandemic. The Governor instructed the influencers to create awareness about the virus and its leading problems among the common people.