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Understanding Tiktok’s latest safety policies

By Guardian Exclusive
26 November 2022   |   12:23 pm
Fortune Mgwili-Sibanda, Public Policy, and Government Relations Director, TikTok Africa talks about the Safer Together campaign. This is the latest TikTok safety policy that informs parents on how to ensure the safety of their children online.

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