TikTok has removed 104,543,719 videos globally for violating their Community Guidelines or Terms of Service, which is less than 1% of all videos uploaded on TikTok.

Of those videos, TikTok found and removed 96.4% of videos before a user reported them, and 90.3% were removed before they received any views. 

This chart shows the volume of videos removed by policy violation. When a video violates Community Guidelines, it’s labeled with the policy or policies it violates and is removed. This means the same video may be counted in multiple policy categories.

As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, TIkTok relied more heavily on technology to detect and automatically remove violating content in markets such as India, Brazil, and Pakistan. Of the total videos removed, 10,698,297 were flagged and removed automatically for violating our Community Guidelines.

This chart shows the five countries/markets with the largest volumes of removed videos.  

Country / MarketTotal Removal
India37,682,924
United States9,822,996
Pakistan6,454,384
Brazil5,525,783
United Kingdom2,949,620

In limited emergency situations, TikTok said it would disclose user information without legal process. This typically occurred when it had reason to believe the disclosure of information was required to prevent the imminent risk of death or serious physical injury to any person. 

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