TikTok revamped its Community Rules
TikTok’s international product manager, Julie de Bailliencourt, announced that they have renewed the Community Guidelines, the platform’s rules and standards for people and content.
TikTok’s Head of Global Product Policy, Julie de Bailliencourt, said that rules on how to handle content created or changed by artificial intelligence technology have been developed, and that the concept of tribe has been added to “what needs to be protected” within the scope of behavior policies created against hate speech.
Bailliencourt said in her statement:
“This concept, which we consider as a traditional social structure, will be protected as definitions such as dialect, language, traditions, etc., and content targeting tribes will be audited within the scope of hate speech and hateful behavior policies. Citizenship and “We’ve added more details about our efforts to preserve electoral integrity. Our new Community Guidelines will go into effect on April 21.”
“We share TikTok’s Community Guidelines so people can understand our decisions about how we work to keep TikTok safe and build trust. These guidelines are based on our commitment to uphold human rights and are also aligned with international legal frameworks. It guides our decisions about how we control content so that we can try to strike a balance between freedom of expression and preventing damage to that freedom.”
“We consulted with more than 100 organizations around the world, including the International Association for Suicide Prevention and the Regional Safety Advisory Council, and our community members to report the most comprehensive updates to date in our Community Code. Their contributions have helped us strengthen our code and guard against new threats and potential harm. “
THE CHANGES THAT HAVE BEEN MADE
“We’ve improved our rules for how we handle content created or modified by AI technology.”
“Within the scope of the behavior policies we have created against hate speech, we have added the concept of tribe to those that need to be protected. This concept, which we consider as a traditional social structure, will be protected as definitions such as dialect, language, traditions, etc., and content targeting tribes will be controlled within the scope of hate speech and hateful behavior policies.”