TikTak banned all videos of Russian users

TikTak banned all videos of Russian users
BEIJING: TikTuk, one of the most popular social media applications, has announced the temporary closure of all new videos from Russia.

According to a report by a foreign news agency, Tik Tak said in a Twitter message that it has suspended live streaming and video content in the context of Russia’s fake news law. Reviewing

The company said in a statement that it would continue to monitor the changing situation in Russia in order to determine whether to resume service, but that security would be a top priority and that its current measures would not affect the messaging service.
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On the other hand, Russian President Vladimir Putin recently signed a bill on Friday, which provides for up to 15 years in prison for broadcasting fake news about the Russian military.

It should be noted that Russia’s move to block fake news is being condemned, but the Russian government says it is facing an information war.

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