TikTak has banned the uploading of new videos by the Russian government after a new law was imposed on those who spread fake news, up to 15 years in prison.
Under the new restrictions, Russian users will no longer be able to do live streaming on TikTak, while no videos of any kind will be uploaded from there.
In Russia, however, the TikTak service will be restored, while the application management has indicated that in the future they will review the new legislation and restore all services there.
On the other hand, the streaming website ‘Netflix’ also suspended its service in Russia due to the attack on Ukraine.
Another report said that due to the attacks on Ukraine, Netflix not only suspended its service in Russia, but the website also stopped uploading content from Russian broadcasters.
Netflix also temporarily banned the production of Russian original content.
Prior to Netflix and TikTak, Google’s subsidiaries and apps, including Twitter and Facebook, were also partially banned in Russia.
In addition, the Russian government banned Facebook a few days ago, while the Russian government has imposed social media laws in order to spread false information about the war in Ukraine, which has led to more Internet and social media. Apps are forced to shut down their service there.