TikTok, which is owned by ByteDance Ltd., announced that it is implementing new moderation policies for creators and users as it faces a shotgun in the United States. In a blog post, TikTok’s global head of policy, Julie de Bailliencourt, announced that the company will now have a strike system for users who disobey community standards.
The goal of these modifications, according to Bailliencourt, is to increase transparency surrounding our enforcement decisions and give our community better instructions on how to abide by Community Guidelines. Creators will soon have access to a feature that will explain why their work is “ineligible for recommendation to for You feeds.”
The announcement that TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew will face his first questioning before Congress in March was made by Cathy McMorris Rodgers, chair of the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
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