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Ukraine Wants To Ban Tik-Tok

Ukraine Wants To Ban Tik-Tok

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President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is asked to ban Tik-Tok in Ukraine during the war.

This is evidenced by a petition submitted for consideration by the President, Ukrainian News Agency reports.

Petition No. 22/185206-ep was made public on March 24.

Author (initiator) of the petition: Nataliya Myroslavivna Karasiova.

"Since a lot of propaganda is now spread through Tik-Tok videos, I propose to close it completely, at least for the period of the war in Ukraine," the text of the petition reads.

So far, more than 3,500 people have signed the petition out of the required 25,000.

There are 90 days left before consideration of the relevant petition.

As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, there is a shortage of electricity in Norway for the production of projectiles for Ukraine through TikTok.

Ammunition production requires large amounts of electricity. The Norwegian company planned to expand production to produce shells for Ukraine. However, its facilities are located in the town of Hamar, not far from the data center of the TikTok video service. The Chinese have already signed a major power supply agreement with a local power supplier.

The Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada, Ruslan Stefanchuk, denies information about the search for an employee for the Verkhovna Rada to film the work of the Parliament on the TikTok social network.

In England, 65 children who tried to repeat the viral trick from TikTok were operated on.