The platform has launched in-app safety campaign #MeraInternet and partnered with NASSCOM to build the online safety pl...
TikTokhas announced several in-app initiatives to promote a safe and responsible in-app environment.
- TikTok is encouraging users to create short videos on safe internet and take a pledge to do their bit.
- The platform has also partnered with
FICCIto deliberate on ways in which government, academia and civil society can come together to achieve a common goal of moving together for a better Internet.
The in-app hashtag challenge called #MeraInternet, invites users to share their ideas on how they can become responsible digital citizens and contribute to a positive online environment. TikTok also launched an in-app quiz to equip users with online safety tips. The quiz highlights topics of not sharing account details, phishing awareness，as well as the best practices of utilizing TikTok safety settings to take control of their online presence and wellness.
Additionally, in association with
Earlier this year, TikTok released a comprehensive, expanded publication of the Community Guidelines that reflect the driving philosophy – providing a platform for creative self-expression while remaining safe, diverse, and authentic – and define a common code of conduct on the platform. TikTok's guidelines help users understand when and why there are some restrictions on what is or isn't allowed on the app.
Promoting a safe and positive app environment is TikTok's top priority, and it has a number of measures in place today to protect users against misuse. These include privacy settings, filters, in-app reporting, and moderation. TikTok’s Safety Centre includes all the tools and tips about safety and wellbeing features and measures and offers further detailed content.
In 2019, TikTok had launched #SafeHumSafeInternet – an India-specific campaign as part of its global #BetterMeBetterInternet initiative. TikTok users in India participated in the #SafeHumSafeInternet online challenge by applying customized stickers that encouraged the adoption of positive online habits. The hashtag #SafeHumSafeInternet garnered over 1 billion video views.