TikTok has issued a public apology over an error that caused it to suspend the account of a US teen who had posted a video about China's treatment of Muslim groups, including Uighur people.
The social-media platform, owned by China's Bytedance, came under immediate criticism this week after it temporarily removed a viral video posted by the teen, which included a call-to-action for users to spread awareness on China’s detention of Muslims...
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