TikTok Formally Signs Up to EU Code of Practice on Disinformation

Trade group EDiMA revealed the move at a conference

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TikTok formally signed up to the European Union’s Code of Practice on Disinformation, which trade organization EDiMA handles communications for.

EDiMA director general Siada El Ramly, who also serves as the spokesperson of the Code of Practice’s Working Group of the Multi-Stakeholder Forum on Disinformation, said at a conference hosted by the European Regulators Group for Audiovisual Media Services Monday that EDiMA was formally notified of TikTok’s signature Monday morning.

El Ramly said at the event, “TikTok signing up to the Code of Practice on Disinformation is great news, as it widens the breadth of online platforms stepping up the fight against disinformation online.



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