May 21, 2024
EU opens investigation into TikTok over online content and child safeguarding

Video platform under scrutiny over potential breach of Digital Services Act, in areas including age verification

The EU has launched a formal investigation into whether TikTok has broken online content rules, including the safeguarding of children.

The EU’s executive arm, the European Commission, said it had opened official proceedings against the Chinese-owned short video platform over potential breaches of the Digital Services Act (DSA).

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