Let us remember to remain careful and responsible as we enjoy sharing our special moments and memories online this Christmas.
Manila, Philippines – December 22, 2020 – With most of our holiday get-togethers happening online this year, many of us will be sharing snippets of our celebrations on our social accounts. While this is a great way to induldge in shared virtual experiences with our loved ones, and to preserve memories of this extraordinary Christmas, we should always keep online safety in mind whenever we create content, share, and comment.
On TikTok, Community Guidelines remain in place to protect users against hateful behavior, graphic content, bullying, and other issues. However, as members of the online community, we should also each do our part to TikTok responsibly, and only spread good vibes and Christmas cheer on the app, not just over the holidays, but every day of the year.
Here are some great ways to stay safe as we express ourselves on Tiktok.
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Atty. Vince Tanada teaches TikTok users about Cyber Libel, and what could happen when you are accused of this.
Here are some things you shouldn’t do when creating content online.
Hashtag challenges are always fun, but make sure you’re in a safe spot before you start dancing.
Post mindfully by asking yourself these three questions before sharing anything online.
Be sure to check out TikTok’s Community Guidelines to help you understand how you and your fellow users remain protected on the app. Don’t forget to share your early Christmas moments with friends and followers, too! Download TikTok on your iOS and Android devices to get started.
TikTok is the leading destination for short-form mobile video. Our mission is to inspire creativity and bring joy. TikTok has global offices including Los Angeles, Mountain View, New York, London, Paris, Berlin, Dubai, Mumbai, Singapore, Jakarta, Seoul, and Tokyo. www.tiktok.com.