Chief executive officer (CEO) of the Chinese video-sharing app TikTok, Kevin Meyer, called on employees of India following a ban imposed by the Indian government on 59 Chinese apps, including TikTok, in the wake of a violent conflict between Indian and Chinese soldiers in eastern Ladakh. Has written a letter to A post on the company's website states, 'In Tiktok, our efforts reflect our commitment to democratize the Internet. We believe that to a great extent we have been successful in this endeavor… However, we are committed and committed to our mission and are working closely with stakeholders. TicTalk will continue to work to comply with all data privacy and security requirements under Indian law and has the highest importance on user privacy and integrity. "Mayer is the Chief Executive Officer of Ticketok and the Chief Operating Officer of ByteDance.
Meyer said in a post titled "Message to our employees in India", "Since 2018, we have worked hard to ensure that over 200 million users in India are able to express their joy and creativity. And share experiences with a growing global community. " Amid growing concern about the job security of his employees in India, the CEO wrote in his post, "Our employees are our greatest strength. Their well-being is our top priority. We have also assured more than 2,000 strong employees that we We will do whatever is possible for us to restore positive experiences and opportunities. ''
Video sharing app TikTok closed in the country on Tuesday with a ban imposed by the Indian government. It has also been removed from Google Play Store and Apple App Store in the country. On Monday, the government banned 59 Chinese apps including Tiktok. According to some users, they were able to use TicketLock for some time on Tuesday. Ticketcock had around 200 million users in the country.