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TikTok memo directed censorship of users deemed ugly, overweight, or disabled, and banned users for livestreams that criticized governments
"If the character's appearance or the shooting environment is not good, the video will be much less attractive," a leaked policy said.
Many of the world's youngest billionaires, like Evan Spiegel and Mark Zuckerberg, hail from the tech industry.
TikTok's phenomenal popularity continues amid the coronavirus outbreak
US government agencies are banning TikTok, the social media app teens are obsessed with, over cybersecurity fears — here’s the full list
A message from the Pentagon led to a military ban on TikTok for government devices, and now TSA is the latest agency to follow.
Byte, the US homegrown competitor to TikTok, admitted to a huge bot problem just 2 days after launching
Byte is the latest hot new looping video app, built by a cofounder of Vine.
With a new LA office and a forthcoming creator studio, TikTok is poised to take on Instagram and YouTube
The China-based company now has more than 400 US employees and is reportedly looking for a US CEO, signaling plans to grow in North America.
The #FightPneumonia page offers information about symptoms and the virus' spread, and a feature lets users show support to medical staff and patients.
Inside the rise of TikTok, the viral video-sharing app whose ties to China are raising concerns in the US
Here's how TikTok got its start from a Chinese tech company, and how it's grown into a wildly popular platform with over 1.5 billion downloads.
See inside TikTok’s new five-story LA office it built to take on US social media giants like Instagram and Youtube
Tiktok now has over 1.6 billion users and 400 US employees, with plans to grow and be an even bigger competitor to Instagram and Youtube.
TikTok is reportedly on the hunt for a US-based CEO, and it could be the company’s latest step to distance itself from ties to China
The move may help to distance TikTok from ByteDance, its Chinese parent company, and appease concerns about the app's ties to the Chinese government.