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TikTok wants to try and stay out of politics in 2020—but can it?

Jan 07 2020

TikTok wants to try and stay out of politics in 2020—but can it? The video-sharing app blew up last year with its lighthearted dance-off videos and viral challenges—but politically-charged videos created by young users have been gaining popularity. Despite privacy concerns, political campaigns have caught wind on how it can be useful in reaching young voters. Aside from banning political ads, TikTok hasn’t created any strict guidelines on what type of political content can be posted, but they want to stay committed to their mission to “bring joy” to users rather than dabble in social issues—putting them in a tough position with young voters who want to chime in on issues important to them ahead of election. (WSJ)