TikTok removed 89,132,938 videos worldwide in the second half of 2020 for violations of its community guidelines or terms of service, representing less than 1% of total videos uploaded, and 11,775,777 of those removals were in the U.S., the platform said in its latest global Transparency Report, released Wednesday.
TikTok added the following data to this installment of its Transparency Report:
- Accounts removed
- Ads rejected for violating its advertising policies
- Spam accounts and videos removed
- Specific policy insights
- Videos restored after creator appeals
Key numbers from the new report include: