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Tiktok VS YouTube: abandon Tiktok, rating in Google Playstore at historic low amidst protests
TikTok suspends Faizal Siddiqui after row over video makes it focus of social media wrath

TikTok India says behaviour violates guidelines and platform is working with law enforcement agencies
The end game of CarryMinati, the star of Youtube, has been taken down by YouTube on charges of cyberbullying and indecent behavior on the internet. In this video titled Youtube fight against Tiktok, Roster Carminati dusted off Tiktok users Faisal and Aamir. This video of Carminati has reached the historical reach and has been downloaded from the internet and now the Mahabharata has been played. Fans of YouTube and Carminati have launched a quick movement on the internet demanding a ban on Tiktok in India. Because of this movement, Tiktok is in a dilemma.

As of 9.00pm on March 20, TickTock's rating on Google's Playstore has reached 1.3 stars. In the process of uninstalling Tiktalk and bringing it home, users are downgrading Google Playstore. As of 9.00pm on March 20, TickTock's rating on Google's Playstore has reached 1.3 stars. In the process of uninstalling Tiktalk and bringing it home, users are downgrading Google Playstore.

As of 9.00pm on March 20, TickTock's rating on Google's Playstore has reached 1.3 stars. In the process of uninstalling Tiktalk and bringing it home, users are downgrading Google Playstore.
In the midst of the Corona epidemic, Internet users who have jumped into the fray are finding that Tiktok and YouTube are the only important issues in the country. Youtube VS Tiktok fight on the Internet The movement with #TIktokban reached its climax quickly. Youtube VS Tiktok fight on the Internet culminates with #TIktokban

In the midst of the Corona epidemic, Internet users who have jumped into the fray are finding that Tiktok and YouTube are the only important issues in the country. Youtube VS Tiktok fight on the Internet culminates with #TIktokban

Tiktok star Faisal's account has been shut down with the ban on Tiktok on the internet. His account has been suspended by Tiktalk due to a popular video of him allegedly promoting Acid Attack. Tiktok star Faisal's account has been shut down with the ban on Tiktok on the internet. His account has been suspended by TikTalk due to a popular video of him allegedly promoting Acid Attack.

Tiktok star Faisal's account has been shut down with the ban on Tiktok on the internet. His account has been suspended by Tiktalk due to a popular video of him allegedly promoting Acid Attack.

In the battle of Youtube VS Tiktok, a wave of popular desire has erupted on the side of Carminati. With several hashtags on Twitter, people are demanding the return of the video. However, it is not possible for a matbar application like Tiktok to be crowded in India. In the battle of Youtube VS Tiktok, a wave of popular desire has erupted on the side of Carminati. With several hashtags on Twitter, people are demanding the return of the video. However, it is not possible for a matbar application like Tiktok to be crowded in India.
TikTok India has suspended its popular star Faizal Siddiqui’s account following a backlash over a video of his that allegedly glorified acid attacks. “We stand committed to extending our support to law enforcement agencies for any further action,” a TikTok spokesperson told indianexpress.com.

However, the incident triggered an avalanche of hate for the platform on social media with many calling for action against it for not policing the content better.

National Commission of Women in India chairperson Rekha Sharma has called for a ban of the app in the country and said she will be writing to GOI. “It not only has these objectionable videos but also pushing youngsters towards unproductive life where they are living only for few followers and even dying when the numbers decline,” she said.

In an email statement, the TikTok spokesperson clarified that “as per policy, we do not allow content that risks safety of others, promotes physical harm or glorifies violence against women”. The spokesperson added, “The behavior in question violates our guidelines and we have taken down content, suspended the account, and are working with law enforcement agencies as appropriate.” The company reiterated that keeping its users safe if a “top priority” and what is not acceptable is “clear in our Term of Service and Community Guidelines”.

Regarding other videos of violence and abuse found on social media platforms, TikTok said videos violating “our policies of imagery depicting animal abuse and depiction of content promoting the non-consensual sexual act of adult” have been taken down.

The social media outrage against the ByteDance platform started when popular YouTuber CarryMinati posted a video on his channel with nearly 18 million subscribers roasting TikTokers. In the video, titled ‘YouTube vs TikTok: The End’, CarryMinati compared TikTok and YouTube’s video format and concluded that the latter can’t be compared with 15-seconds short video format given it is way more original and requires skills to shoot and put out on the platform.

Due to the violation of YouTube’s policy of cyberbullying Milati’s video — with nearly 40 million views — was taken down from the platform last week. This erupted a social war between the two video platforms.

Since then YouTube fans have been giving a 1-star rating to TikTok and highlighting the fact that the platform encourages acid attacks, rape culture, misogyny, and much other problematic content. TikTok app on Google Play store is listed with hundreds and thousands of 1 star ratings. The overall app rating has dropped from 4.5 to 1.3 on the Play store while on the Apple App store it is rated 3.8. However, sources close to the company said low-rating does not mean the app will be removed from the Play store.

In the battle of Youtube VS Tiktok, a wave of popular desire has erupted on the side of Carminati. With several hashtags on Twitter, people are demanding the return of the video. However, it is not possible for a matbar application like Tiktok to be crowded in India.

Meanwhile, there is talk that some fans and YouTubers like Indian Bhau have deleted their Tiktok account in this fight. No one knows where the fight will end, but one thing is clear: the country's internet has gone mad in support of 21-year-old Ajay Nagar alias Carryminati.

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