February 19, 2019

TikTok #BetterMeBetterInternet Campaign

#BetterMeBetterInternet campaign

TikTok #BetterMeBetterInternet Campaign
(L - R) - Dr.Intan Aidura binti Alias (Executive Committee, Majlis Kebajikan Kanak-kanak Malaysia), Nick Foong (Generasi Gemilang), Angel Low (one of the Tiktok influences), Donny Eryastha (Head of Public Policy - Indonesia,Malaysia and also Philippines), and also Carmen Low (Training and Education Executive, Protect and Save the Children Malaysia)
The #BetterMeBetterInternet campaign is in conjunction with the recent global Safer Internet Day (SID), and is in partnership with key local non-governmental organizations including P.S. The Children Malaysia, Yayasan Generasi Gemilang and Majlis Kebajikan Kanak-kanak Malaysia to help promote online safety in Malaysia.

TikTok has become the preferred platform for expression, given its lowered boundaries for sharing, creating, discovering - all made easy on mobile. Nowadays, TikTok is committed to helping make its millions of users feel safe and comfortable within the community, which is why it is continuously enhancing and updating its policies, tools and resources to promote a positive and safe app environment.
Angel Low - a college student who is among the top TikTok users in Malaysia with more than 370K followers.
As part of its efforts, TikTok has put in place protective measures by combining content moderation technology with a robust human moderation team. This team, which is based in over 20 countries and regions, covering 36 languages, an increase of 400% in terms of language support from one year ago.

Way to have a healthy and better TikTok

Moreover, TikTok has also launched an in-app quiz to equip users with online safety tips, and users who answer all the questions correctly stand a chance to win special prizes, with winners being contacted via an in-app push notification for prize delivery.

For more information about TikTok’s safety efforts, please visit: https://www.TikTok.com/safety/.