- The latest Community Guidelines Report demonstrates that 93% of videos were removed within 24 hours of being posted for violating Community Guidelines and 94.1% before a user reported them
- Maintaining platform positivity are prompts encouraging people to consider their words before posting violative comments
- TikTok also introduced enhanced mute settings for comments and questions during live streams, where creators can temporarily mute select viewers for a few seconds or the entire LIVE duration
Dubai, UAE – October 13, 2021: The world’s leading short-form video platform,TikTok, has today released its Community Guidelines Enforcement Report, which details the volume and nature of violative content and accounts removed from the platform in Q2 of 2021. The report provides insight into content removed for violating the strict Community Guidelines, reinforcing the platform’s public accountability to the community, policymakers, and NGOs.
To protect the safety of the community and the integrity of the platform, 81,518,334 videos were removed globally from April to June, comprising less than 1% of all uploaded content. Of these, 93% were actioned within 24 hours of posting and 94.1% before being reported by a user. Even more promising, was the finding that 87.5% of removed content had zero views.