TikTok Outlines 5-Pronged Approach to Eliminating Hate Speech on Its Platform

More than 380,000 videos in the U.S. have been removed in 2020

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TikTok U.S. head of safety Eric Han shared five ways that the video-creation platform is working to reduce the spread of hate speech.

He wrote in a blog post, “As the head of safety, my team and I work to protect our users from the things that could interfere with their ability to express themselves safely and have a positive experience on the application. In what can feel like an increasingly divisive world, one of the areas we’re especially intent on improving is our policies and actions towards hateful content and behavior.

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