In the first half of 2019, Tic Took banned Pakistan’s only appeal for material

In the first half of 2019, Tic Took banned Pakistan’s only appeal for material

In the first half, Tik Tok has released its first transparency report. Any customer requests from. China in the first half of 2019.

The company has received most of the requests from India. Tik Tok received 107 requests for 143 accounts in India. The company provided information on 47% of requests.

After India, most requests came from the United States. From there, the company received 79 requests for 255 accounts. TickTock provided information on 86 percent of requests.

TikTak received a request from Pakistan to provide only one user information.

The company did not provide any information to Pakistan. During this period, the company received a total of 298 applications from 28 countries.

Tik Tok received a total of 3345 requests for copyright removal. The company complied with 85% of these requests and removed the copyrighted material.

The report, by Bite Dance, the owner of Tik Tok, is an attempt to convince US law enforcement agencies that the Chinese government is not using Tik Tok to spy on US citizens.

Earlier this week, the U.S. military and then the. Navy banned the installation of tick-tock applications. On government-supplied phones. Concerns can be removed or the company. has enough capital in case of a ban.