According to the latest TikTok Community Guidelines Enforcement Report, the company has reportedly removed 420k videos made in Bangladesh in Q4’2022.
TikTok revealed its latest Community Guidelines Enforcement Report Q4’2022 as a statement of commitment to halt the spread of misinformation. The report reflects the platform’s ongoing commitment to building customer trust by showing accountability while providing a safe community.
In the mentioned period, more than 8.56 crore videos were removed globally, representing about 0.6 percent of the videos uploaded to the platform. Its automated filtering process pulled around 4.68 crore videos, of which TikTok restored some 5.4 crore videos.
Bangladesh saw the removal of 4.2 crore videos that violated the community guidelines.
Additionally, it removed user accounts for violating said guidelines while removing accounts suspected to be spam. The video-sharing platform also took proactive measures to prevent the creation of spam accounts through automated measures.
In Q4, 95 percent of the videos in question from Bangladesh were removed before any views. The proactive removal rate was 99.5 percent. TikTok removed more than 1.78 crore accounts globally in Q4 due to suspicion that users were under 13.
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