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Unnecessary people got likes on Tiktok? Do this | Twitter shuts down Blue Tick verification service after abuse

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Unnecessary people got likes on Tiktok? Do this By default, Tiktok accounts are public. This means that anyone can see the content you put on Tiktok or your profile.

Did you not like the comments on Tiktok? Dislike

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Did you not like the comments on Tiktok? Dislike Now you can dislike comments you don't like on Tiktok. Tiktok is adding a dislike button to comments for all users.

Don't be fooled by machine learning and deep learning

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Don't be fooled by machine learning and deep learning Deep learning and machine learning are the most popular words in the world of artificial intelligence. But do you know what deep learning and machine learning are? In fact, they are both parts of artificial intelligence. Although the parts of the same technology sound the same, they are completely different, but complementary to each other. Before understanding these two, let me explain what is artificial intelligence.

Pakistan re-bans TikTok for spreading obscenity

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Pakistan re-bans TikTok for spreading obscenity Pakistan has again banned the video-sharing app TikTok for spreading obscenity in the country. The Pakistani government has decided to ban TikTok, citing unethical and offensive video content. Earlier, Pakistan had banned TikTok for the first time in October last year. Even then, the Pakistani government banned unethical and objectionable video content. But at the time, TikTok's parent company, ByteDance, said it would control such videos. TikTok opened at the same time has now been banned again. Following a directive from a provincial court in Pakistan, the Telecommunications Authority of Pakistan has directed the service provider to ban TikTok. In addition, Pakistani ticket users will no longer be able to use tickets. In the court's decision, TikTok has stated that he has not taken any action on objectionable, immoral, or material. That is why tickets have been banned again.

Preparing to file a case against 12-year-old girl's TikTok

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Preparing to file a case against 12-year-old girl's TikTok A 12-year-old girl from England is preparing to file a lawsuit against  TikTok . He is said to be preparing to file a case against Tiktak for illegally using children's data. The court has directed to keep the information of the girl child completely confidential if the case is filed. So no information about him has been brought out. The girl will file a lawsuit with the help of Anne Longfield, the commissioner for children's affairs in England. Tiktak has filed a lawsuit against  TikTok , alleging that it violated UK and EU data protection laws. However,  TikTok  claims that its policy on children is strict. He said children under the age of 13 would not be allowed to join the ticket. Longfield said the case was being prepared for the protection of children under the age of 16. " TikTok  is collecting children's data to strengthen its video recommendation," she said, "which will attract visitors

Pakistan lifts ban on TikTok 11 days later

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Pakistan lifts ban on TikTok 11 days later  Pakistan lifts ban on Tiktok app The Pakistan Telecommunications Authority lifted the ban on TikTok 11 days later. Pakistan's regulator has said the ban on the app was lifted after coordination with TikTok management. Pakistan has banned video-sharing platforms for spreading obscenity, immorality, and indecency. "The lifting of the ban does not mean that the platform will allow pornography, indecency, and social values ​​to be corrupted," the authority said. "This issue will be strictly enforced." This is not the first time Pakistan has interfered with digital content. This year, Pakistan introduced new rules for Internet censorship. But Pakistan backed away from enforcing the rule after Facebook, Google and TikTok threatened to leave the country.

TikTok launched the Bug Bounty program to strengthen security

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TikTok launched the Bug Bounty program to strengthen security The video app is in a difficult situation due to sanctions from countries like India, Pakistan, and Indonesia and the ongoing war with the US government. Instead of sinking into the abyss of despair, the company, which is facing many challenges at once, seems to be fighting like a true warrior on the battlefield. TikTok is partnering with several platforms to enhance its image, such as TikTok recently partnering with OpenSlate for advertiser brand protection. It has now announced the launch of the Bug Bounty program in partnership with HackerWan. The Bug Bounty program is an extension of the already-running Vulnerability Disclosure Program, the company said. Explaining the purpose of the event in a blogpost, TikTok said the partnership with Hackervan would help the company secure the support of security researchers, experts, academics, and other independent individuals capable of detecting bugs and vulnerabilities. This boun

The partnership between TikTok and Open Slate to provide brand protection to advertisers

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The partnership between TikTok and Open Slate to provide brand protection to advertisers TikTok's video level brand Safety Solutions will now provide advertisers with greater trust and transparency when working with third parties. Tiktak has ensured that every ad brand is delivered in a safe environment by applying for the Open Slate Rating Pre-Campaign. Video level reporting will also be shared to confirm the results. Over the past eight years, Open Slate has used its brand safety and content rating in millions of videos. OpenSlate's rating is also believed by the world's largest advertisers. Melissa Yang, head of TikTok's Ecosystem Partnership, says that OpenSlate gives trust and transparency to whether advertisers are coming up with good content when selecting Tiktak's platform for advertising. OpenSlate has been measuring and scoring more than 750 million videos on Facebook, YouTube, and TikTok. OpenSlate uses the company's new data science and independent c

TikTok: From social media 'Darling' to America's Most Wanted

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TikTok: From social media 'Darling' to America's Most Wanted There is little chance of not hearing about Tiktak in the future. A series of responses from US President Donald Trump, the announcement has brought the future of popular video sharing platforms to an interesting turn. Today we are going to tell you about the origin of Tiktak, the countries that could pose a threat to it, and the impact it has on the multi-billion dollar BitDance company. Where did the TikTok originate? Tiktak originated from the Chinese startup company ByteDance, which introduced itself as an artificial intelligence company. The company was founded by 37-year-old CEO Zhang Yiming. Zhang initially entered the Chinese market through an algorithm-driven content sharing platform. Zhang's company's first major breakthrough was Toutio, a curated news-sharing app that managed to reach 55 million daily active users in just four years of launch. But Tautio was soon replaced by Tencent. Tencent is

Record downloads of TikTok and WeChat in the US before closing

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Record downloads of TikTok and WeChat in the US before closing The US government has been ticking and debugging Chinese apps in the US since Sunday Restricting download. The popular WeChat and TikTok apps in the US will not be available on the Google Play Store and App Store from Sunday, and US users are already in a hurry to download these apps. The TikTok app was downloaded 247,000 times in a single day in the United States on Friday, up 12 percent from Thursday, according to the Sensor Tower, a website that tracks mobile apps. Similarly, the download rate of Vichat has increased by 150 percent on Friday as compared to Thursday. WeChat has been downloaded 10,000 times in the US on Friday. This is the highest number of downloads in a single day since October 2019. Among the free apps available on the iPhone in the United States, WeChat jumped from 1385th place on Friday morning to 100th place by Friday afternoon. This is the first time this year that it has managed to be among the top

The story of the rise of Tiktok: from the Chinese app to 'Global Sensation'

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The story of the rise of Tiktok: from the Chinese app to 'Global Sensation' TikTok is also one of the popular apps preferred by users. As much as it is being used for video sharing, it is also facing controversy, bans, and threats. This brought the dance trend among the users. It created conditions for many ordinary people to show their talents. Became so popular with users that a mobile app became the subject of a national security check. TikTok's growth was so rapid that the world's giant social media companies began to see it as a major competitor. Jonah Stern, the senior technology columnist for the Wall Street Journal, describes the ticket in three words; Addiction, fun, and addiction. According to Eva Jiao, a Chinese technology journalist for the Wall Street Journal, this is different because of the sharp rise in ticket prices. Before Tiktok became a global sensation, it was a Chinese app. In 2012, Zhang Yiming, a Chinese tech entrepreneur, started a startup compa