The Sindh High Court on Monday ordered the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) to suspend access to popular video-sharing application TikTok in the country until July 8.
The order was issued on a petition filed by a citizen aggrieved by the “immorality and obscenity” spread by content on the mobile app.
The PTA has been directed to suspend the app until the next hearing of the case, which is scheduled for July 8.
TikTok said on Tuesday that it was “considering the implications” of the Sindh High Court orders banning the app in Pakistan.
“We first became aware of the court case and the Sindh High Court’s judgement yesterday [Monday], and are currently considering its implications,” a spokesperson of TikTok