「On 3 April 2019, the Madras High Court while hearing a PIL had asked the Government of India to ban the app, citing that it “encourages pornography". The court also noted that children using the app were at risk of being targeted by sexual predators. The court further asked broadcast media not to telecast any of those videos from the app. The spokesperson for TikTok stated that they were abiding by local laws and were awaiting the copy of the court order before they take action. On 17 April, both Google and Apple removed TikTok from Google Play and the App Store. As the court refused to reconsider the ban, the company stated that they had removed over 6 million videos that violated their content policy and guidelines. On 25 April 2019, the ban was lifted after a court in Tamil Nadu reversed its order of prohibiting downloads of the app from the App Store and Google Play, following a plea from TikTok developer Bytedance Technology」
今年11/14美國華爾街日報才報導「抖音在印度驚人暴紅，下載量是美國的四倍」（"TikTok—Target of U.S. Suspicion—Is a Smash Hit in India"）
The phrase “presidential veto" does not literally appear in the Constitution of the U.S. However, the Article I requires every bill, order, resolution or other act of legislation approved by the Congress to be presented to and signed by the president of the U.S. And this requirement creates some scenarios:
Normally the president signs the bill within 10 days (excluding Sundays) and enacts the bill.
The president may veto the bill by returning it back to the Congress with a statement of objection within 10 days.
Each house may override the veto by voting. Two thirds of each house are required. Once the veto is overridden, the bill will automatically be enacted.
The president may do nothing, and after 10 days (excluding Sundays) if Congress has not yet adjourned, the bill is enacted into law.
The president may do nothing, and if Congress adjourns before the 10th day (excluding Sundays), the bill is not enacted into law. This is known as “pocket veto" and it can’t be overridden.
Bill Clinton had vetoed 36 times, George W. Bush 12 times, Barack Obama 12 times, and Donald Trumps has vetoed six times.
Franklin D. Roosevelt had vetoed mostly up to 372 times by regular veto and 263 times by pocket veto.