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TikTok has Joined the Technology Coalition in an Effort to Combat Online Sexual Harassment and Violence

TikTok has joined the Technology Coalition, an organization dedicated to preventing children from being sexually exploited and abused online.

TikTok’s highest priority is community protection, and it pays special attention to the safety of adolescent consumers. The new membership represents TikTok’s zero tolerance for child sexual abuse and emphasizes the need for a coordinated solution to this global problem.

The social media site recognizes that collaboration strengthens the market, which is why it is honored to join the Technology Coalition. It aims to expand its evidence-based approach to action and apply its unique learning’s from tackling child welfare and abuse as a result of this membership.

TikTok will now join the board of the Technology Coalition, where it will sit on a range of committees aimed at advancing child welfare safeguards both online and off, as well as growing transparency of emerging risks to children’s safety.

This membership made on previous partnerships with the top online safety organizations such as the Family Web Protection Institute, ConnectSafely, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), the WePROTECT Global Alliance, and the Internet Watch Foundation.

Its aim is to ensure that TikTok’s policies and features continue to foster a healthy and inclusive atmosphere for the group.

The Voluntary Principles to Counter Online Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse have also been supported by TikTok. This is part of an attempt to ensure that all programs have a reliable and strong response to exploitation.

As outlined in the Community Guidelines, it is firmly dedicated to the protection of minors on their site and will not accept any material or behavior that perpetuates the violence, injury, endangerment, or misuse of minors.

If the site becomes aware of such material, it will take prompt steps to delete it, terminate accounts, and report cases to the NCMEC and law enforcement authorities, as necessary.

People come to TikTok to express them creatively, learn new things, and try new things. The platform aims to provide age-appropriate environments for people between the ages of 13 and 17. It also has a range of precautions to help teenagers navigate the modern world.

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