Research details the impact of TikTok’s decision to block outside content from appearing to Russian users while allowing state propaganda (Will Oremus/Washington Post)

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Will Oremus / Washington Post:

Research details the impact of TikTok’s decision to block outside content from appearing to Russian users while allowing state propaganda  —  Last month, as many tech companies sided with Ukraine over Russia’s invasion, TikTok appeared to follow suit by suspending new video uploads and live streams from Russia.

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