In Bid to Avoid Ban, TikTok Forms 'Content Moderation' Bureau to Work in Concert With U.S. GovtChris Menahan
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As part of an effort to avoid being banned and/or taken over in the United States, TikTok has formed a "content moderation" bureau headed by a former US Secret Service agent that will be reporting to the US government.
From Reuters, "Exclusive: TikTok steps up efforts to clinch U.S. security deal":
Popular short-video app TikTok is offering to operate more of its business at arm's length and subject it to outside scrutiny as it tries to convince the U.S. government to allow it to remain under the ownership of Chinese technology company ByteDance, according to people familiar with the matter.When Facebook, Instagram, Google, YouTube and Twitter were all censoring right-wing Americans we were told by our occupiers that they're "private companies" and can do anything they like (even though they were all working in concert with the US government).
Meanwhile, TikTok -- an actual private company owned by foreigners -- is being threatened with being seized/banned unless they "moderate content" to the liking of our occupiers.
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