The Pakistan Telecommunications Authority is looking for elimination of вЂdating servicesвЂ™ from apps Tinder, Grindr, Tagged, Skout and SayHi
Published: Sep 03, 2020 05:14 PM (IST)
Updated : 1 ago month
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Karachi, 3 september
Grindr stated on Thursday it was deeply вЂњdisappointedвЂќ by PakistanвЂ™s decision this week to block it and four other dating apps, including Tinder, once they had been considered become disseminating вЂњimmoral contentвЂќ.
The Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA) stated on Tuesday them to moderate live-streamed content in accordance with local laws that it was seeking the removal of вЂњdating servicesвЂќ from apps Tinder, Grindr, Tagged, Skout and SayHi and asking.
вЂњWe are profoundly disappointed by the choice to ban Grindr as well as other dating apps that enable Pakistani residents for connecting with other people on our platforms,вЂќ GrindrвЂ™s chief officer that is operating Marini stated in a emailed statement to Reuters.
He stated the US-based business, which defines it self while the worldвЂ™s biggest social network software for homosexual, bisexual, transgender and queer individuals, ended up being вЂњexploring methods that people could be of solution towards the LGBTQ community into the regionвЂќ. Continua la lectura de Dating app Grindr вЂdisappointedвЂ™ by Pakistan block