TikTok

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TikTok is a video-sharing platform that allows its users to create and share 15-second videos. Its parent company, ByteDance, bought Musical.ly (which was later renamed to TikTok) in 2018, and all of the app’s users were moved to TikTok. Nowadays, TikTok is one of the fastest-growing social networking services. Its users can create videos and edit them using various filters, music, animation, etc.
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Google's YouTube Plans to Create a TikTok Rival

YouTube is going to launch its own analog of TikTok. The new app will be called Shorts, and it will provide access to a massive catalog of licensed music.
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Weekly Fun: Playing Tic-Tac-Toe with Pets, Stocking up on Marijuana, and Washing Hands to Your Favorite Songs

News websites are filled with articles about the novel coronavirus and the dire consequences of the globally spreading pandemic. Our compilation of funny stories is a beam of light in the land of coronavirus news.
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TikTok Moderators Were Told to Not to Promote Videos by Poor Users or Those With “Ugly Facial Looks,” According to Leaked Policies

TikTok told its moderators to suppress videos made by users who were deemed poor, ugly, disabled, or obese because this would help attract new users to the social platform.
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Weekly Fun: A Pig That Started a Fire, the Vulcan Salute, and Short Legs That Got Millions of Views

This week features a story about a pig that started a fire, the Vulcan salute that protects from coronavirus, and short dog legs that got 4 million views.

Tech Digest: Coronavirus-Related Issues and TikTok Banning

You’ll be surprised, but the lack of digital privacy is actually good amid the coronavirus outbreak. The United States Wants to ban TikTok, and China declares war on negativity.
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Byte Is About to Pay Its Creators $250,000 as a Part of the Partner Program

The first Partner Pool will make $250,000 in total payouts and will be divided between creators.

Guess Who’s Back: Vine Has Returned, and It’s Now Called Byte

Byte pretty much does the same things as Vine did – it’s an app that allows users to create and share six-second loop videos.