BEIJING: Short video sharing mobile application TickTalk deleted more than 80 million shared videos from around the world in three months.
According to the statement, a statement issued by Tik Tak said that during the second quarter of this year (April 2021 to June 2021) more than 80 million videos have been deleted for violating community guidelines.
According to TuckTalk, 93% of the videos violating the guidelines were deleted before 24 hours, while 94.1% were deleted after complaints from users. According to TuckTalk, 87.5% of deleted videos were not viewed by a single user.
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A spokesperson for the video sharing app said that Pakistan was the second most deleted video in the world, with 9,851,404 videos deleted from various users. It was reported that 73.3% of the videos were based on threatening content and 72.9% of the videos expressed hateful behavior which was deleted before it was reported.
According to TuckTalk, all of these videos were deleted for violating established guidelines, including information against corona or vaccines, incitement to suicide, use of drugs, display of dangerous weapons, immorality and others. ۔
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