81,518,334 Videos Removed From TikTok in Q2 2021, or Fewer Than 1% of Uploads

The platform deleted 14,871,412 accounts during the period, with 11,205,597 of those being suspected underage accounts

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TikTok removed 81,518,334 videos from its platform during the second quarter of 2021 for violations of its community guidelines or terms of service, representing fewer than 1% of all videos uploaded.

The company said in its Q2 Community Guidelines Enforcement Report, released Wednesday, that 93% of those videos were identified and removed within 24 hours of being posted, 94.1% before being reported by a member of the TikTok community and 87.5% of them before they tallied a single view.

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