If you love porn, stay away from TikTok or lose your account


TikTok: This the Company's Official Statement Following the Ban

TikTok is currently the most popular app in terms of downlaods and revenue. However, the Chinese short video app, has been at the hub of several controversies since the begining of the year. In other to keep its business alive, the app is quite strict with its contents. It also does not waste any time in dishing out the maximum penalty – deactivating your account. In October, Douyin (Chinese version of TikTok) announced the penalty for cheating and illegal accounts. From October 1 to October 31, 2020, the Douyin platform has cleared a total of 133,904 videos, 33,028 audios, 1,862 challenges, and permanently blocked 836,100 accounts.

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The notice stated that since July this year, Douyin/TikTok has launched a special action to “combine prostitution and pornography“. In October, the Douyin/TikTok Security Center permanently blocked 472,797 pornographic drain and prostitution accounts, and 54,358 fraudulent accounts. If you love pornography, this app is really not the place to be. It will be terrible to build so much fan base only to lose them all because of one porn content. It is better to know the rules and abide by them.

Court stops the U.S. Department of Commerce from enforcing TikTok ban

The US Department of Commerce recently confirmed that in view of the temporary injunction issued by the Federal Court of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, it will not enforce the injunction that would actually shut down TikTok. At the same time, the U.S. Department of Justice said on Thursday that it had appealed to the interim injunction issued by Pennsylvania Judge, Wendy Beetlestone.

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The temporary injunction prevents the US government from imposing restrictions on TikTok from November 12. The order issued by the U.S. Department of Commerce in August is supposed to be effective from Thursday. The order will prohibit companies from trading with TikTok. TikTok’s parent company, ByteDance, stated that this actually prohibits the use of TikTok in the United States.

In addition, ByteDance has filed a complaint with the court, seeking to prevent the US government from forcing it to sell TikTok. On Thursday, the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington required ByteDance and the Trump administration to submit motions and other documents of the case before December 14 and 28, respectively.

With the current political situation in the U.S., there may be some hope for TikTok. The incoming government will probably reaccess the situation and the company will have another chance to prove that it is not compromised.

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