TikTok Reaches Out to Other Social Platforms to Work Together on Violent, Graphic Content

The video creation platform also released its Global Transparency Report for the first half of 2020

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On the same day TikTok released its Global Transparency Report for the first half of 2020, interim head Vanessa Pappas sent a letter to the heads of nine other social and content platforms proposing a memorandum of understanding, under which they would warn one another of violent, graphic content that appeared on their own platforms.

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