TikTok’s latest Community Guidelines Enforcement Report says that from April to June of this year, the app took down almost 5 million videos from Bangladeshi users. The most recent report has numbers for the second quarter of 2022, which includes April, May, and June. According to the report, Bangladesh had a proactive removal rate of 99.2%, and during this time period, 4,974,838 videos were taken down. TikTok says that these videos were taken down because they broke community rules.
Bangladesh ranks 5th
The rate of removing videos before 24 hours had passed since they were uploaded was 96.1%, and the rate of removing videos before they had been seen was 96.3%. From January to March 2022, 97.9% of posts were taken down before 24 hours, and 95.8% were taken down before any views. Last quarter, the proactive removal rate was the same as this quarter: 99.2%. However, the number of videos removed from Bangladeshi users was much lower than this year: 3,475,456 videos, or just under 3.5 million.
Even though the rate of videos being removed before 24 hours went down slightly, a lot more videos were taken down from Bangladeshi TikTok accounts over the course of three months. Based on these numbers, Bangladesh is fifth on TikTok’s list of countries with the most videos removed from April to June 2022. This quarter, a huge 17,968,670 videos were taken down from YouTube. The United States was in the first place, followed by Pakistan, the Philippines, and Indonesia. Bangladesh was 7th on the list of countries with the most TikTok videos removed in the previous quarterly report, and it was also 7th in the October to December 2021 quarter report.
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