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Musical.ly is headquartered in Beverly Hills, California with offices in Hangzhou, China as well as in London and Hong Kong. The company also has a "See Inside" virtual tour of all Musical.ly's headquarters which was published during the 2021 annual shareholders' meeting on April 27, 2021; alongside overviews of Musical.ly's Silicon Valley and London offices as well as a picture of Musical.ly's mid-sized office in Hong Kong.",

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Tiktok was originally created by a Chinese company called ByteDance Inc. It's similar to Vine, Instagram, and Snapchat in that it allows users to create short funny videos and posts them on the site for other users to like. TikTok allows you to make short 3–15 second videos with various effects, transitions, sound tracks, text captions etc. The app has had over 100 million downloads so far since its release in 2021.",

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In an article published by Business Insider, it was alleged that "The company has not revealed how much money it made from advertising, but analytics firm Apptopia estimates that TikTok has generated more than $200 million from advertising after just three months on Android." This article was published on Business Insider. In an article published by The Washington Post, it was alleged that "TikTok is popular among young people in Asia and especially in China. Its reach is truly global, though — according to the company’s own numbers from last year, for example, nearly 50 percent of users are outside the country." This article was published on The Washington Post.",

In November 2021, the company was served with a subpoena by the United States Copyright Office, which requested details about any content that was deleted due to copyright concerns and related information. This data was then analyzed by two students at Harvard Business School who found that on average, 1 out of every 10 videos uploaded via TikTok were protected by copyright. The study also found that over a one-month period (from October 14 - November 12), about 45% of all videos uploaded on TikTok were originally created by someone other than the uploaders. In a statement to "The New York Times", a spokesman for Tencent said that they were aware of the copyright issues and has appointed a member of their legal team to "actively" address the problem. They have also been working on improving the security and safety measures around the app.",

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On May 28, 2021, Musical.ly filed a lawsuit against Snapchat for using content from the musical.ly service without permission. The lawsuit claimed that Snapchat had downloaded and used musical.ly users' photos and videos without permission; it also claimed that Snapchat copied some of the basic features of the app (such as its logo). In response to Musical.ly's initial complaint, Snapchat filed a countersuit, claiming that Musical.ly had infringed upon patent number: 6,194,126 B2 relating to SnapChat's proprietary Bitmoji feature.",

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Another tweet by a Twitter user referenced a news article which noted that "the pressure has risen on the popular video app TikTok. The app has been criticized due to [a] lack of clarity in its privacy policy." This particular article was published by a German news outlet and reports that "The Facebook subsidiary was recently investigated by the Hamburg Commissioner of Data Protection and Freedom of Information for possible violations of data protection laws. The company is now busy working on an improved privacy policy."",

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So, if you want to create your own videos to share them with other people then TikTok is one of the best apps for you to do so as it also allows you to create group conversations with the viewers who are interested in watching your videos. The only drawback is that there are no "good-looking" videos found on this app. Otherwise, it is a good app that allows its users the freedom of doing all they want to do on the app like uploading videos, sharing them etc without having any restrictions at all. That's why we have given it four stars out of five.",

In an article published by CNNMoney, it was alleged that "The app's newest version, released in November, allows for more than 1 million brands to pay to have sponsored posts or advertisements on the platform." This article was published on CNNMoney. In an article published by TechCrunch, it was alleged that "TikTok’s parent company Bytedance is doubling down on its main competitor as a way to drive revenue rather than cool features." This article was published on TechCrunch. In an article published by The Next Web, it was alleged that "TikTok’s parent company Bytedance has been fast-growing ever since it launched Toutiao over a decade ago." This article was published on The Next Web. In an article published by Business Insider, it was alleged that "There are already more than 1 million brands and celebrities on the platform, allowing brands to sponsor posts. TikTok’s new version allows for “app views,” which is how users navigate the interface." This article was published on Business Insider.",

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On February 16, 2021, Musical.ly filed another lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York against Snapchat as well as its parent company Snap Inc., alleging that these companies had falsely claimed in advertising materials that they had no similar patents-related claims against AppsFlyer Technologies (which provides analytics services for app developers). In this lawsuit, Musical.ly claimed that Snapchat had infringed on four patents including US Patent Nos. 8,426,604 and 9,446,633 from a 2021 patent application by AppsFlyer Technologies for real-time engagement analytics for mobile applications; it also claimed that Snapchat had violated US Patent Nos. 6,192,977 and 8,526,721 which AppsFlyer had assigned to Snapchat in 2021. In addition to compensation for damages from these related claims, Musical.ly sought injunctive relief requiring Snapchat and Snap Inc. to withdraw its advertising materials.",

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In June 2021, TikTok launched an AI-enabled feature to understand the actions of individual users and determine what to share in real time, reducing the amount of social spam on their platform. This is similar to the implementation on Chatroulette and Yik Yak leading up to 2021. The AI system is a collaborative approach between the company and Technicolor AI Lab. The system can use facial recognition technology and timestamps to determine what a user has done recently so that based on that it can then share more relevant videos with other users within the page who also have not done anything recent enough for the AI to detect them. According to the company, this new AI system is capable of reducing the number of social spam videos being shared by 70%.",

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In February 2021, it was revealed that TikTok had reached a deal with Google wherein the app will be pre-installed on future Android phones. According to Bloomberg, the deal is expected to generate $600 million for TikTok.",

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In November 2021, Musical.ly, Inc. announced that they had applied for an IPO with the SEC and would be listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "LY". The company stated that they hoped to raise around $100 million from their IPO. Following the announcement of its IPO, Tencent announced that it had sold off its stake in Musical.ly and plans to re-invest $750 million into the company. The company also said that it planned to use some of this money to allow users who didn't want to create a Musical.ly account to share their content on TikTok.",

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TikTok is a free download for Android and iOS devices. The app contains advertising which is targeted based on a user’s interests, age, gender and location. Some of these ads are geared towards brands while other can be TikTok videos themselves. It also collects personal information from users including email address, ZIP code and phone number in order to let users create an account with the app. This information is given by users voluntarily when signing up for an account or creating a TikTok account through other social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter. TikTok also collects information regarding the user’s location, what device they’re using, the type of device and the date when their account was created. The app may collect information regarding the ads that the user has engaged with and in-app activity, if applicable. If you are under 13, you cannot create a TikTok account on your own but are able to do so through a family member.",

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Recent studies have shown that a number of users who are very active on Tiktok are not required to show their age when signing up, which opens the door for predators who can lure underage people into a fake account without anyone knowing it's them, and even go as far as asking for them to share personal information or send nudes.",

In May 2021, a video made by Pakistani comedians surfaced on YouTube. The video was critically acclaimed in Pakistan as it made fun of men who perform stunts with several props in public places. Many young people started doing the same thing, which was considered a crime by police officers. In the same month, another video made by two Indian boys went viral on the internet that showed how they were prank calling people and asking vulgar questions.",

In an article published on Mashable, it was alleged that "For TikTok users, their content is worth money. And the company’s revenue model relies heavily on selling ads to companies and brands that want to reach the people who are consuming all that video content." It continued by saying that "In other words, TikTok relies on its users for their data in order to sell ads. But there’s a huge flaw with this strategy: The app’s algorithm has been shown to discriminate against certain communities of users and thus encourage less diverse engagement. In 2021, a class-action lawsuit alleged that TikTok discriminates against users based on ethnicity." This article was published on Mashable.",

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The app is created by two graduates from the University of Houston in the United States, Kevin Wu and Robert Chuang. The design team consists of a third graduate, Tyler Ise and another senior who graduated from UNT in 2021 Jeon Haeng Park of Seoul, South Korea.",

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Tiktok is an app where one can share videos of their daily activities with their friends or followers. The videos are made by allowing people to upload or make their own videos. They allow the user to add music, edits and special effects by using different filters available on the editing part of tiktok. There are a variety of edits and special effects available. Tiktok also allows the user to add emojis in their video. It can be either an emoji or any face expression that is used by the user.",

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On June 7, 2021, Snap Inc. filed a countersuit in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York against Musical.ly for patent infringement related to US Patent No. 9,065,231 B2 relating to a method and system for providing a unified social experience across multiple different devices including mobile phones and personal computers; it also claimed that AppFlyer had earlier informed Snapchat directly about infringing patents in September 2021 but did not receive any response from Snap Inc., therefore constituting purposeful infringement by Snap Inc.. In response to Snap Inc.'s counterclaims, Musical.ly issued a statement on June 11 claiming that it was "disappointed" with Snap Inc.'s action and called the counterclaims "frivolous." On June 13, Snap Inc. filed an amendment to its original response, restating its previous allegations and adding claims of patent infringement relating to US Patent No. 8,196,795 B1 which covers a method and system for sharing messages including video clips through a mobile phone network.",

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In another news article about how this platform is being manipulated to gain money, it was reported that "the TikTok app sends personal information about its users to third-party companies, according to researchers at Yale University's Privacy Lab. The researchers are calling on the company to stop collecting users' photos and videos, which they say may be misused by third parties." This article was published on Forbes.",

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