If there has been a social network that has been talked about in the last year accusing him of a lack of security, it has undoubtedly been TikTok, but until now no one has been able to prove the accusations, which seems to indicate that there have been more political and commercial issues those who have weighed in questioning that reality.
To demonstrate that they are unfounded rumors, we already spoke in this same blog in March 2020 that TikTok announced the opening of a Transparency Center in the US for the month of May 2020, opening that was delayed until July 2020 due to the pandemic and confinement .
Today TikTok announces today they are planning to establish a European Center for Transparency and Accountability in Ireland in 2022, as part of their commitment to transparency.
The experts will learn about TikTok’s security and privacy Albania Mobile Database efforts and will have more details on the company’s recommendation technology.
This Center will offer the opportunity for experts, academics and policy makers to see, first-hand, the effort that the TikTok teams make to make the platform a safe and positive experience for the TikTok community.
Experts visiting the center will be able to obtain information on:
How technology is used to keep the TikTok community safe.
How teams trained and focused on content review make decisions about content, based on the TikTok Community Guidelines.
How human review teams complement their moderation work through the use of technology to help detect potential violations of our policies.
In addition to content moderation, the Center will provide a detailed view of the platform’s recommendation technology and its work to ensure data privacy and security.
The opening of this European Center occurs after the launch of the first TikTok Transparency and Accountability Center in the United States, in July 2020.
So far, more than 70 experts and policy makers have participated in the virtual tour of Central America, Brother Cell Phone List allowing them to learn and ask questions about our safety and security practices.
“With more than 100 million users in Europe, we recognize our responsibility to earn the trust of our community and the general public. Our Center for Transparency and Accountability is the next step in our journey to help people better understand the equipment, processes, and technology we have to keep TikTok a place for joy, creativity, and fun. We know there is much more to do and we are excited to proactively address the challenges that lie ahead. We are looking forward to welcoming experts from all over Europe and hearing their feedback on how we can improve our systems. ” Cormac Keenan, Head of Trust & Safety for TikTok.