TikTok Told Moderators: Suppress Posts By The “Ugly” And Poor • Discoverology

TikTok Told Moderators: Suppress Posts By The “Ugly” And Poor

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Internal documents show moderators were also told to censor political speech in TikTok livestreams, punishing those who harmed “national honor” or broadcast streams about “state organs such as police” with bans from the platform.

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