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Maintaining a secure and productive in-app climate is a key priority: TikTok reacts to PTA

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Responding to the criticism, the Chinese smartphone app TikTok said on Wednesday that “maintaining a secure and healthy in-app climate” is its top priority, a day after Pakistan provided a stern alert to the site against posting “obscene” material. In today’s announcement, the spokesperson said: “We are applying a mix of technology and mitigation techniques to identify and evaluate objectionable material that breaches our terms of use and extensive Community guidance and to enforce effective restrictions, including the suspension of videos and the restriction of accounts.”
Maintaining a secure and productive in-app climate is a key priority: TikTok reacts to PTA
In its announcement, TikTok reported that it had deleted 3,728,162 consumer videos identified in violation of Pakistani regulations from 1 July to 31 December 2019, according to its transparency study. The framework claimed that the software provides users with a range of restrictions, filters and privacy settings to report objectionable content.
“Using the basis of our H2 2019 results (July 1-December 31, 2019) from our Transparency Report, our monitoring program proactively recorded and disabled 98.2 percent of the videos before the individual identified them; 89.4 percent of the cumulative videos detected before the videos obtained any display.”
The announcement further confirmed that the mobile app is dedicated to improving its policies to ensure the health of its customers. TikTok has confirmed that it is that its dialog with the authorities in order to insure that its regulations on product protection can effectively be extended to users. “The PTA has received multiple complaints against PUBG in which it is alleged that gambling is addictive, consumes time and has a significant negative effect on the physical and psychological wellbeing of children,” the regulator said in its release.

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