TikTok Reinstates Pro-Life Org Live Action, Says Initial Ban for ‘Multiple Community Guidelines Violations’ Was Due to ‘Human Error’

Chinese-owned social media platform TikTok said it had reinstated the account of pro-life group Live Action, after Live Action announced Friday that it had been permanently banned, without explanation.

National Review reports the social media platform received a lot of backlash after Live Action said they received notice that they were, “Permanently banned due to multiple Community Guidelines violations.”

In a statement, TikTok later said, “Following a review, we have determined that there were no violations of our Community Guidelines, and the issue was the result of a human error by a moderator.

We apologize for the mistake and have reactivated the account.” The video was posted on Thursday to its 21,000 followers - it’s the largest pro-life following on TikTok. Top of Form

TikTok, which is owned by Chinese technology firm Bytedance, does not address abortion in its guidelines.

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