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TikTok’s #Safertogether campaign in Lagos

By Guardian Exclusive
01 December 2022   |   12:36 pm
The growth of the TikTok community has birthed the need for safety policies that guarantee the protection of each user on the platform. Hence, to meet this demand and create a positive-in-app experience, TikTok has launched the #SaferTogether the first-ever safety campaign for TikTok in Sub-Saharan Africa (Nigeria).

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