If the content uploaded by the creator contains effects that may cause photosensitive epilepsy, the short video platform will issue a warning, and can directly set rules for patients to choose not to watch such content in the future. < p > < p > according to the American Epilepsy Foundation, one in 26 people in the United States has epilepsy at some time, and one in ten of them are affected by seizures. Video content that involves flashing lights and high contrast colors can trigger seizures, so it’s important that people can control what they can see – especially on social platforms like tiktok, where content is actively pushed to users via algorithms. < / P > < p > & quot; although the number of people with photosensitive epilepsy is small, the impact can be quite serious, said Laura Thrall, President and CEO of Epilepsy Foundation, the Epilepsy Foundation. &We are very happy to see tiktok solve this problem by changing their platform so that people in our epilepsy community can feel protected when viewing content on tiktok. We are proud to work with tiktok to carry out this initiative, and we sincerely appreciate our continuous cooperation. &It has also been working with epilepsy related health organizations in Europe, Japan and South Korea, which provide feedback on how companies can help make applications safer, according to tiktok. Tiktok said the feature will be available in the next few weeks. More Samsung devices can now run Android applications on PC through your phone