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Physical visits to the Transparency and Accountability Centers TikTok opened in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., have been put on hold by the coronavirus, so the video-creation platform has done the next best thing by taking them virtual.
Vice president and head of U.S. public policy Michael Beckerman said in a blog post Thursday that nearly two-dozen experts and Congressional offices have visited TikTok’s virtual Transparency and Accountability Center to learn about its safety and security practices.