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© provided by Business Insider Germany Research have shown that the video platform TIKTOK blocks certain keywords using automatic filters. Research has shown that the video platform TikTok blocks certain keywords using automatic filters.
Long were typically found on TikKok, especially dance performances and lip -synchronizations for known songs. In the meantime, however, there is a large selection of content on the platform: there is almost everything from messages about comedy sketches. This makes Tiktok, especially for young people, one of the most popular and important social media platforms.
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As current research by NDR, WDR and Tagesschau now show, Tiktok apparently restricts the freedom of expression of its users by using the platform back to so -called automatic word filters. Certain words are blocked by the platform.
TestAccounts tested a total of 70 words and word combinations in September - more than 20 of them were filtered out, as Tagesschau reported . These include words like "Nazi", "slaves", "gas", "lgbtq" and "gay". If at least one of these words contained comments, they were blocked. In addition: The authors themselves do not find out that their comment was not published at all. According to the research team, the article will continue to be displayed.
filters do not fall for the first time on
in February 2022, NDR, WDR and Tagesschau were able to demonstrate the use of word filters on Tiktok. Then as now, spokesman for the platform admitted mistakes and promised to revise the system. After that, blocked terms were initially used again, reports the Tagesschau. Before Tikkok apparently blocked some of them again. These include words like "LGBTQI", "Gay" or "heterosexual".
The professor of media science and intermediality at the University of Bonn, Caja Thimm, speaks of "Agenda Cutting" in these processes compared to Tagesschau: By not allowing certain terms, the platform prevents the platform that can be discussed there. It also describes this development as "highly problematic". According to its own statements,
TikTok has around 20 million users in Germany. The video platform is particularly popular with young people: half of the 12- to 19-year-old Tiktok uses regularly in Germany. The platform is operated by the Chinese Internet and technology company bytedance, in which the Chinese government is also involved.
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Human rights activist Charles remembers a time when civil society was blossoming in China, and he could dedicate his time to helping improve the lives of people struggling in blue-collar jobs. Charles has fled China and several of his activist friends are in jail. "After 2015, the whole of civil society began to collapse and become fragmented," he told AFP, using a pseudonym for safety reasons.Xi, on the brink of securing a third term at the apex of the world's most populous country, has overseen a decade in which civil society movements, an emergent independent media and academic freedoms have been all but destroyed.