Over 104 million videos at ByteDance-owned short-video app TikTok removed over from its platform globally.
The company said on Tuesday, the videos violating guidelines or terms of service.
Since June 2020, TikTok started fact-checking programs.
“From the checking, we found and removed 96.4 percent of videos and 90.3 percent were removed before they received any views,” TikTok said in a report.
TikTok also verifies content related to the novel coronavirus and elections. The report comes at a time China’s ByteDance has been racing to avoid a crackdown on TikTok after the US Commerce Department said it would block new downloads and updates to the app.
As cited News24xx.com from Kompas.com, the company said that it got 1,768 requests for user data, with 16.4 percent, of those from US law enforcement agencies.