TikTok has removed over 12 million videos from Pakistan in the fourth quarter of 2022 for violating community guidelines, the platform said in a report released on Thursday. The Community Guidelines Enforcement Report for Q4 showed that the videos from Pakistan made up 14.7% of all videos removed, with 85,680,819 videos taken down globally. Of these, 46,836,047 were removed by automation and 5,477,549 videos were restored.
The report revealed that 89.7% of removed videos in Pakistan were taken down before anyone viewed them, and 95.5% were removed within a day. The proactive removal rate in Q4 2022 was 98.8%, the report added.
The platform also removed accounts suspected of violating community guidelines, accounts considered to be spam, and the spam videos posted by those accounts. Globally, 17,877,316 accounts suspected to be of users under the age of 13 were removed, along with 54,453,610 fake accounts. The report demonstrated TikTok’s commitment to being accountable and ensuring the platform is safe and welcoming, TikTok said.
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