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TikTok urged to take action over Myanmar death threat videos

1 month ago   |   By The Guardian

Videos posted to Chinese-owned site show men in military gear threatening to kill protesters
TikTok has been urged to take action over a flood of videos shared in Myanmar that feature men in military uniform threatening to kill anti-coup protesters, at times while brandishing weapons. Myanmar's police and army have been widely condemned for using lethal force against peaceful protesters who have held mass rallies over recent weeks calling for the return of democracy. More than 20 people have been killed since the military seized power on 1 February.
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