TikTok Now

( Published: 12/12/2022)

TikTok have launched a feature within their app called ‘TikTok Now’, in which users are randomly asked to capture and share a 10 second video ‘now’.

Users have 3 minutes to upload their content, which could be a video or photo. TikTok say that people aged 13-15 are only allowed to post on their friend’s video or photo – but if students have put in a fake date of birth, and TikTok believes they are over 18, then posts may be shared publicly and strangers may be able to comment on the content of the post.

Here is a useful article from the Ineqe Safeguarding Group with more details.

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