How political and government organizations can use their accounts On the platform. The social media company implemented new policies to stop monetization and misinformation ahead of November’s midterm elections.announced on Wednesday that that is changing
In a blog post, TikTok said that from Wednesday it will begin testing mandatory account verification for governments, politicians and political parties. Up to this point, verification badges have been optional. The company aims to ensure authenticity to build trust between its creators and community users.
Additionally, TikTok is taking steps to limit political ads on the app. In August, the social media platform said it would work directly with content creators Prevent them from sharing paid political posts. Now TikTok is expanding this policy by banning political account holders from accessing advertising and fundraising features.
More to come.