TikTok Removed 49 Million Videos in Second Half of 2019

By contrast, YouTube removed around 14.7 million videos during the same period

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TikTok's report sheds light on its content moderation policies and government requests for data. Getty Images

TikTok removed more than 49 million videos for violating its content policies in the second half of 2019, according to the company’s latest transparency report released this morning.

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