Rappler's latest stories on TikTok
TikTok says it's a display issue, with the posts actually receiving views despite seemingly not having any on the view counter
Kevin Mayer, who formerly managed Disney properties Hulu, ESPN+ and Hotstar, is now the head of TikTok, and the chief operating officer of TikTok parent company, ByteDance
The partnership aims to allow more brands to use TikTok to reach a younger audience
Dr. Jason Campbell's Tik Tok videos has taken the Internet by storm with clips featuring him and colleagues doing the 'corona foot shake,' 'the cha-cha slide' and other dance moves
TikTok says the funds would be for 'front line medical workers, educators, and local communities deeply affected by the global crisis'
Shorts will reportedly be a feature inside the main YouTube app, and will let people use licensed music on YouTube as soundtracks
TikTok star Charli D'Amelio performs the app's most viral dances, including 18-year-old Hannah Kaye Balanay's 'Don't Start Now' sequence
The Department of Health is the second government agency in the Philippines to tap the widely popular and Chinese-owned video-sharing app to address the impact of the novel coronavirus
Senator Josh Hawley says he's introducing a bill to ban TikTok from all US government devices, calling it 'a major security risk for the American people'
#GoCreatePH encourages millennials to dance while featuring their hometown's tourism spots
The agency follows bans by the Department of Homeland Security and the US military
Douyin, the Chinese version of TikTok, appears to have been wiped of the most compromising information about Xinjiang
TikTok's transparency report says India and the US had the most requests for information and the most content removal requests as well
A class-action lawsuit claims the app secretly vacuumed up and transferred private data to China in vast quantities
The clip by US teen Feroza Aziz, who describes herself as '17 Just a Muslim,' has millions of views across several social media platforms
Since launching in 2017, TikTok has been downloaded more than 1.5 billion times, according to US-based research agency Sensor Tower with huge followings in India, the US, Indonesia and elsewhere
'There is absolutely zero truth to the rumors that we plan to list in Hong Kong in Q1,' TikTok maker ByteDance says in a statement
Uyghurs are gaming TikTok’s algorithm to find a loophole in Xinjiangs’s information lockdown
Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer and Republican Senator Tom Cotton asks the US Directorate of National Intelligence to 'conduct an assessment of the national security risks' posed by Chinese-owned video app TikTok
An employee at TikTok says about 10 accounts were removed for posting the videos
In a Moscow park, her producer jogs backwards, using his phone to film as Liza Anokhina runs and blows raspberries. Tall and slim and wearing thick makeup for the shoot, she squeals with laughter when she views the result.