O) YouTube and Snapchat, was a positive step. “It’s good that TikTok joined the code – a company favoured by young users who are particularly vulnerable to online abuse and illegal hate speech,” she said in a statement. “Of course, I expect TikTok to adhere not only to the Code’s principles, but also fully respect European law when operating on European soil,” Jourova said. “Our ultimate goal is to eliminate hate on TikTok.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Chinese video app TikTok, owned by Chinese company ByteDance, will be joining the European Union’s voluntary code of conduct to combat illegal hate speech online, the European Commission said on Tuesday.
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