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Tiktok Has Removed Harmful 13 May Content From The Platform

Tiktok Has Removed Harmful 13 May Content From The Platform

Moving forward, Tiktok continues to be on high alert for harmful content on its platform.

Adeline Leong

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Tiktok reiterates that they have zero tolerance for hate speech and violent extremism.

They said this in a statement regarding videos spreading disinformation about the 13 May 1969 incident, which resulted in an official death toll of 196.

READ MORE: Alarming Rise In Number Of Inaccurate TikTok Videos On 13 May

They have removed these videos from the platform which were in violation of its Community Guidelines.

Moving forward, Tiktok will continue to be on high alert and aggressively remove any similar violent content including video, audio, live stream, images, comments, links, and other texts.

The company has also been in constant communication with relevant bodies such as the Malaysia Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) regarding the accounts involved in severe or repeated on-platform violations.

Tiktok users can also report problematic and harmful content to Tiktok by using the in-app reporting function.

To report:

  • Press and hold the video
  • Click ‘Report’

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