Tiktok said it had introduced a new notification system to users around the world that would provide clearer information for content deletion. The system, which had been tested for months before it was released globally, would inform tiktok users when their videos were deleted and which policy it violated. If the user chooses, it will also provide the user with the ability to appeal. < / P > < p > now, when a video is deleted due to content violations, users will be notified in the app, including the release date and the specific policies violated, as well as a link to read the community guide. If the video content is marked as self mutilation or suicide related, tiktok will also guide users to expert resources, including non-profit organizations, through additional notices. However, it seems that it does not include the number of suicide hotline, but guides users or users’ friends to call local law enforcement agencies;. < / P > < p > in contrast, Facebook and instagram have stronger systems and a wider range of partners to support in such situations. In the past, tiktok users often complained that their videos disappeared without notice. As more and more users join tiktok, the number of video deletions is growing. In the first half of 2020, tiktok said it had deleted 104.5 million videos because of policy violations, up from more than 49 million in the second half of 2019. < / P > < p > following the global launch of the new notification system, tiktok has recently expanded its enforcement actions around hate speech and other hate ideologies. The company released an explanation for the changes only yesterday for its European community. Previously, tiktok lacks a clear notification system, and its stronger policy implementation may lead to more confusion in video deletion. < / P > < p > tiktok said it believed the new video deletion notification system would help reduce repeated violations. Its previous tests have shown that the number of visits to its community guide has nearly tripled as a result of the new notice, and appeal requests have decreased by 14%. Epic Games accused Google of monopolizing the latter, which may have a better chance than apple