The death of a 10-year-old girl while playing the alleged Blackout Challenge on TikTok has caused a stir.
Rome, January 23: By participating in various online challenges on the Internet, the number of young people who do not care about time, education and most importantly life is not small. Even in India, some people have lost their lives in such online challenges before. Chinese social media platform Tik Tok is currently banned by the Indian government. But in many countries of the world, tick talk has started. A recent example of the abuse of ‘Tick Talk’ has come to light in Italy.
Italy has been rocked by the death of a 10-year-old girl while playing the alleged Blackout Challenge on ‘Tick Talk’. The Italian government has taken immediate action on the matter and has taken action on ‘Tick Talk’.
The girl found in the bathroom
This unfortunate type of dead girl was found unconscious with a mobile phone in her bathroom. Her five-year-old sister saw her unconscious. She later died during treatment at the hospital. Police have seized her mobile and are investigating further.
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Shock to parents!
Her parents did not know what kind of challenge their daughter was involved in on Tick Talk. He is shocked when his little girl says all this. “All you know is that she watches dance videos on ‘Tick Talk’. I never thought she would do such a thing, “he told an Italian newspaper.
Wake up the government after the anger of the people
There is an atmosphere of outrage in Italy as soon as this incident is revealed. Many have called for stricter action on social networks. The chairman of Italy’s Child Protection Commission also called on the government to take action. The Italian government has taken action against ‘Tik Tak’ after growing public opposition. The Italian government has decided to ban the use of ‘Tick Talk’ for users whose age has not been officially verified. The government has also ordered an inquiry into the matter. At the same time, the government has imposed the ban till February 15. The action is likely to be further expanded once the inquiry report is received.
Meanwhile, ByteDance, the parent company of Tik Talk, has promised to cooperate in this matter. The company also claimed that no content of this type of challenge was found on its platform.