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JK People’s demands to ban Tik-Tok
Abid Hussain Wani/Anzer Ayoob
Doda, February 06:
PUB G Mobile game ban is trending these days in Jammu and Kashmir state of India. As it is said that it is wasting time of millions of peoples. But what about TikTok application which is attacking the cultures and civilization. Everything have a good use as well as bad use, but TikTok application is almost used for spreading negativity in the Kashmiri as well as Indian culture. Recently, a song “Tera Ghata” by “Gajendra Verma” became viral after four girls on TikTok shown vulgar action on this song. When the song was trending, a huge number of videos became viral on social media which was made through musical.ly
(Now TikTok) showing vulgar poses and actions. Tik-Tok app should be bannded in Jammu and Kashmir as its creats negative impact on our culture and most the girls and boy’s are busy in making Vulgar video’s for enjoying in social media.
Game is an addictive game only waste time of many people which includes large number of students. But TikTok spreads vulgarity across nation and attacks the religious sentiments also. Also TikTok didn’t ban those type of users in initial stage, after spreading the TikTok vulgarity, the TikTok team shows their role when the video reaches millions of people. The TikTok team ban some of those but leaves most of them. Most of the people defend TikTok application after terming it as “talent maker” or some suggest it as platform for showing talent. While the terms of service of the app state that users must be at least 13 years old, many of its users are much younger; an investigation by “South China Morning Post” found that children as young as nine were exposing their personal identities on the app, engaging in dangerous activities to get views, and posting sexually suggestive videos.
Banning the porn websites in India was a great step by government to reduce rape cases. But unfortunately no one is taking care about the generations spoiling app TikTok. Originally, musical.ly
, users could create and share music videos in which they sang or lip-synced a song. TikTok allowed users to upload short, non-music videos of themselves. Now, the merged app gives everyone an opportunity to be a video creator, and it gives them tools (i.e., filters, stickers, control over video speed, access to professional audio, etc.) to make fun and entertaining content. But, per most social media standards, the app has its drawbacks, including privacy concerns that parents need to be aware of. Here’s what you need to know about this super popular app.
Tik Tok (including musical.ly
) is a short-form video app, available for iOS and Android devices. Videos are fifteen seconds long and replay in a continuous loop. The results, from showcasing incredible talents to presenting precious moments and knowledge, can be a fun, entertaining, and a beautiful experience.
Tik Tok app is owned by ByteDance, a China-based company that creates innovative platforms powered by machine learning technology.
The platform landed itself in hot water abroad too. Last week, Douyin’s international version Tik Tok was banned by the Indonesian government following public outrage. Much like in China, Tik Tok was accused of being a bad influence on the youth. The ban was overturned two days later after Douyin agreed to censor “negative content.”
According to the company’s announcement, accounts that violate the rights of minors will be severely punished and permanently removed. The company said it will report those in violation of laws to authorities. But unfortunately no removal is in action untill it the vulgarity spreads to millions of people.
Now, people of Jammu and Kashmir especially from chenab valley demanded to ban Tik-Tok app first which is most important and save the culture, Honour, Reputation or prestige and future from these activities.