April has not been a good month for developers of the TikTok app. At the start of this month, Madras High Court asked Centre to ban the app for “encouraging pornography" and recently, it was taken down from the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store after Supreme Court passed a directive to stay the ban on the app. Now, the Supreme Court has directed the Madra High Court to consider a plea by the app developers on April 24, to lift the ban imposed on it. As per a PTI report, a bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said if the Madras High Court fails to decide on the plea, then the ban order on the app will be vacated.
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