TikTok pays influencers without informing viewers to spread videos


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You paid someone to promote something on their feed why would you have to warn people? Politicians dont warn people their messages are advertising for themselves when they post

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What a strange comment.

I'm not even going to try to explain why someone promoting something on their social media is different to a political campaign. Feel free to research this subject, it is extensively documented and discussed elsewhere.

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…though he did seek an assessment of the risk associated with foreign adversary connected software applications.

I think the biggest risk in reading/watching Twitter and TikTok will make you stupid.

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TikTok is a virus.

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This kind of stuff is all over the place, you have to analyse everything online very carefully

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This amounts to just advertising that isn't explicitly labeled as advertising which likely goes on a whole lot on the internet regardless of what the rules maybe.

And when it's coming from certain influencers, one should be at least a little skeptical.

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