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12 December 2019

China: Two photo agency websites suspended after violating licence rules

Author: South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

“Chinese photo agency websites go dark over licence violations”, 11 December 2019...

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5 December 2019

TikTok admits censoring certain users' videos to stop bullying

Author: The Guardian (UK)

“TikTok owns up to censoring some users' videos to stop bullying”, 4 December 2019...

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5 December 2019

USA: Class-action lawsuit filed in California to accuse TikTok of illegally harvesting data and sending it to China

Author: The Daily Beast

“California Class-Action Lawsuit Accuses TikTok of Illegally Harvesting Data and Sending It to China”, 2 December 2019...

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3 December 2019

TikTok denies content moderation over "political sensitivities" after user reported banned for posting video about China's detention camps

Author: Leo Kelion, BBC

“Teen's TikTok video about China's Muslim camps goes viral”, 26 November 2019...

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3 December 2019

TikTok user reportedly blocked after posting video about China's detention camps

A 17-year-old Tiktok user claimed that her account has been suspended after posting a video accusing China of putting Muslims into detention camps on the social platform....

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2 December 2019

TikTok user blocked after posting video about detention camps in China

Author: Raymond Zhong, New York Times

“TikTok Blocks Teen Who Posted About China’s Detention Camps”, 26 November 2019...

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21 October 2019

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg defends content moderation policies while criticizing TikTok's censorship

Author: Business Insider

“Mark Zuckerberg just slammed China for allegedly censoring Hong Kong protest videos on TikTok: 'Is that the internet we want?'”, 18 October 2019...

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4 October 2019

Facebook exempts political ads from ban on making false claims

Author: Alex Hern, The Guardian

Facebook has quietly rescinded a policy banning false claims in advertising...The social network had previously banned adverts containing “deceptive, false or misleading content"... [But]  the rules have narrowed considerably, only banning adverts that...

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