Videos that cause problems are often mentioned or deleted from social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, and TikTok. This is a common problem on social media sites like Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter, and also TikTok is no exception.
The latest Community Guidelines Enforcement Report for the platform’s short videos covers the months of April and June. The report’s main goal is to “expand on its commitment to that strategy” by focusing on a multifaceted plan to stop misinformation on the platform.
During the second quarter of 2022, TikTok deleted about 113,809,300 videos from its platform. This is a very small portion of the platform’s quarterly uploads.
Pakistan contributed 15.4 million of these videos, which puts us in second place for the most videos removed in Q2 2022. The biggest reason is that they broke TikTok’s Community Guidelines.
Within the first day that these clips are now on the site, 97% of them did remove. 97% of videos are doing remove before they view, and 98% does delete after user reports. TikTok has also did delete a lot of spam and fake accounts, but the exact number does still not do released.
As already said, TikTok isn’t the only social media site that limits or removes content. YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter already did remove millions of videos. It usually has explicit sexual or violent content that doesn’t belong on the site. Materials that aren’t true or give a false impression are also often did suspend.
The most popular social media sites it has tightened their rules about user-generated content. Things those are socially acceptable in the past may not be anymore. Regarding this, YouTube is especially strict. If your movie has any swearing or sexiness, the video-sharing site won’t let you make money from it.