93% of the subscribers were unsubscribed within 24hrs after publication, while 94.1% were reported previously by users.
Madrid (Portaltic/EP)-TikTok, the social network, removed more than 81,000,000 publications that violated its community rules. These publications were removed from TikTok’s platform between April and June. 87.5% of these publications were published before visualization.
According to the TikTok Community Compliance Report 2019, it is evident that the platform’s efforts to fight abusive content and protect users have been reflected in the third quarter of 2021.
Between April-June, TikTok removed 81 million 518,000 3334 videos that were in violation of the platform’s terms and regulations globally. It accounts for less than 1 percent of all uploaded videos to social media networks.
These videos included 93% that were deleted within 24 hours of publication and 94.1% that were deleted prior to being reported by users.
Similar to the previous period, 87.5% did not have any visualization. This is an improvement on the 81.8% figure.
TikTok is making progress in proactive detection of hate, bullying and harassment behavior. It deleted 73.3% of these videos before anyone reported it, as opposed to 66.3% in quarter 1.
According to them, 72.9% were deleted from videos with hateful behaviour before they were reported. That compares with 67% in previous reports. This is due in part to improved marking of hate symbols, text and other signs for review by the security staff.
TikTok also employed experts in civil rights and fairness to improve the detection system.
Additionally, the social network announced new features such as improved configurations to mut comments and questions while live video is being recorded.
Temporarily, the co-host or host can mute the audience during live video for a few minutes or minutes. All comments history for an account that is temporarily muted will be deleted.
TikTok live creators can now disable comments or filter out comments that might be damaging through the keyword selection.