TikTok Bans Deepfakes To Fight Misinformation

By Anita Dunham | APPS

Aug 06

TikTok has been the platform that is most recent to prohibit keepsakes. Under its, Taken to fight election and disinformation campaigns.

Currently in discussions to buy TikTok from Chinese parent company ByteDance, after Donald Trump threatened to prohibit the app.

Our intent is to protect users from things To fight election and misinformation meddling.

 

The new rules also make the organization’s policy barring coordinated inauthentic activities unambiguous.

And the company is working together with the Department of Homeland Security in order to fight foreign interference in the election.

The keepsake ban is part of a set of policy changes that meant New policy, the program says it prohibits artificial or manipulated content which misleading users distorting the facts of events in a means that might result in harm.

Although Pappas writes that TikTok is not the go-to program to follow politics or news the app has dealt with extremism, fringe conspiracy theories, and other unsavory particles.

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