TikTok and YouTube are considering applying for e-commerce licenses in Indonesia after the country banned online shopping on social media platforms last month. The ban was implemented to protect small and midsize offline merchants and ensure data privacy. TikTok, with 125 million users in Indonesia, plans to apply for an e-commerce license and is exploring partnerships with local e-commerce players. YouTube, on the other hand, is also planning to apply for an e-commerce license, although the specific type of permit is yet to be specified. Neither platform has approached authorities about applying for licenses yet.
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