In a video, TikTok suspended the story of Feroza Aziz, who asked his followers to investigate the persecution of the Uighur people and other Muslim groups in Xinjiang. TikTok apologized to the owner of the account, claiming that the event was due to a moderation error after this application, which had generated a sound on social networks.
TikTok said the viral video was removed four days after it was released. It did not violate the community's platform guidelines. Following this announcement, Aziz's @getmefamouspartthree account and the above-mentioned video have been restored.
TikTok said the account had been deleted because he was sharing a video with the image of Osama bin Laden. Following this announcement, Aziz rejected the claims of TikTok. Aziz said the following in his tweet:
M Do I believe that they suspended the account because of a deleted and irrelevant satirical video on a previously deleted account? Just after finishing publishing a 3-part video about Uyghurs? No. "
In addition, Aziz, image of Osama bin Laden containing the image, was used as an element of black humor, he added. He added that no sensible person would hire Osama Bin Laden. On the other hand, a TikTok manager; in any case, the video violates TikTok's terrorism-related content principles.
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– Alexandra Ma (AlexandraMa15) November 27, 2019
In the video, Aziz removed makeup and told his followers to investigate the tragedies unfolding in China:
Kullan Use the phone you use now to find out what's happening in China, how they got into concentration camps, throwing innocent Muslims, separating families from each other, how they kidnapped them, how they got them killed, how they raped them, how to force them to eat pigs, how to drink, and how to force them to change their religion. It's another holocaust, but no one talks about it. Please be aware of this, please spread awareness of what is currently happening in Xinjiang. "
In the meantime, let us remember that the tensions between the United States and China due to the events in China are affecting Chinese technology companies. TikTok, who was recently called by the US Senate for a survey on the protection of personal data, should enter a new structure to manage its global operations without any problems.
In the third quarter of this year, it is said that TikTok's product and business development services, as well as the marketing and legal teams, will separate TikTok from its practice in China, Douyin.