TikTok Introduces Its Content Advisory Council

George Washington University Law School Prof. Dawn Nunziato is the chair

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TikTok introduced the founding members of its Content Advisory Council, which it initially pledged to create last October.

General manager of TikTok U.S. Vanessa Pappas said in a blog post that the council will meet with the video creation platform’s U.S. leaders to discuss areas of importance to the company and its users, with the first meeting, scheduled for the end of March, focusing on platform integrity issues, including policies against misinformation and election interference.

She wrote, “The council members we’ve assembled represent a diverse array of backgrounds and perspectives, and spent much of their lives researching, studying and analyzing issues relevant to TikTok and the space we operate in, such as child safety, hate speech, misinformation and bullying.



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