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Another TikTok ban

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Be present. That pretty much goes against the grain of social media platforms. Last week, Nepal, a country with 30 million residents, passed a new law: Directives on the Operation of Social Networking 2023. Now any social media company that wants to have access to Nepal’s inhabitants must have a physical office in Nepal.

That’s not all. Users are not allowed to post anything at all that “spreads hatred against any gender, community, caste, religion, profession, or people from any particular group.” On November 13, TikTok was banned for negatively impacting social harmony. Chinese-based ByteDance owns TikTok.

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