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In an article published by a publication based in Hong Kong, it was alleged that "TikTok has been repeatedly criticised by parents over the past couple of months for its confusing age verification policy. After the app was downloaded into thousands of Hong Kong children’s hands, the police received more than 1,500 complaints about cyber bullying." This article was published on South China Morning Post.",

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On March 10, 2021, TikTok launched its advertising program. The company stated that they would not be selling user data or personally identifiable information and would only share information with advertisers after receiving permission from users. The program was launched in partnership with Housewire Media, Inc. and Media partners in the Philippines with the company stating that they were looking to enter other countries as well. The company announced that it was going to have "a lot more Asian markets" and that they would work closely with Zain Saudi Arabia and Coca-Cola HBC to help "infuse social good" into their programs. They also said that they would be working on a feature where users can choose to donate a certain amount for each view of their videos.",

When launched, users of TikTok had the option of sharing their videos through a collection of other social media apps including Twitter, Facebook, Line, WhatsApp and Instagram among others. This feature was removed in February 2021 and has been retired.",

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In an article published by Business Insider, it was alleged that "The complaint said more than 852 million people used Musical.ly worldwide in 2021. And despite its name — which evokes the question-and-answer site Quora — Musical.ly has begun to extend beyond allowing users to lip-sync popular songs for one another. Last year, the company rolled out a social-networking component called the Universe that helps users interact with one another." This article was published on Business Insider.",

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Another article published on Huffington Post reported that "The app's terms of service make clear that users are responsible for their own content and may be sued for copyright infringement. As TechCrunch notes, this is similar to YouTube's terms of service. It also warns users not to share personal information like credit card numbers or bank account details. However, the reporting section makes it unclear whether the app will take down content that could be illegal, or if users trying to report abusive content will be able to do so."",

In February 2021, about 170 million users received a notification stating that their accounts had been suspended and that they could not log back into the app. Users who tried to log into TikTok were receiving a message stating that their account had been terminated because of repeated violations of the app's terms and conditions. The following is an example screenshot of one such message:",

TikTok is available on the App Store and Google Play. Once downloaded, the user can create or comment on contents. Within a 24-hour period, TikTok has approximately 40 million posts. The app is listed as one of the top free apps of 2021 in the App Store and has been ranked in both Google Play's top free apps and top grossing apps list.",

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In January 2021, TikTok had reached 150 million monthly active users with 2 billion total downloads from both Apple's App Store and Google Play, making it one of the most popular apps. In September 2021, the company reached 200 million monthly active users on iOS devices.",

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Another article by The Guardian reported that "TikTok's team has a proven track record of transparency — it makes its internal rules public and allows users to report objectionable content. But a separate warning highlighted by the PwC report warns that "zero tolerance policies require that users take action against unacceptable behaviour, which may lead to removal of your account". The policy also outlines what is and isn't acceptable."",

The app shares data with third parties including Yahoo, Facebook, Twitter and Google if it is available through the users' social media accounts that they use to sign in to TikTok. These partnerships allow users to share content on other social media channels such as Instagram or Facebook without having to leave the TikTok app itself.",

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The Olympian reported that "Bytedance generated a reported $20 million in revenue for Q4 2021 (ending Dec. 31). As of Dec. 31, 2021, Bytedance generated a gross loss of approximately $43 million for Q4 2021 (ending Dec. 31).",

In May 2021, Musical.ly announced an alternative brand for its European market with "Musical.ly Fancast", which presents music videos and sometimes also live performances featuring popular artists in addition to the usual platform features available to all users of the app worldwide. Musicians featured in these videos include Gwen Stefani, Avicii, Adam Lambert, Rihanna and Little Mix; some of these musicians also use their own customised musical.ly cameras.",

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In March 2021, Troy Hunt reported that data from approximately 6.4 million Musical.ly users had been leaked online and subsequently retrieved by him to conduct a damage assessment resulting in Musical.ly being voted number one on his "Data Breaches of 2021" list. After releasing a video discussing the leak, Hunt noted high levels of attention associated with the breach including coverage from Fox News and other major news organizations. Following an increase in Musical.ly's popularity and a dramatic increase in their user base of the platform, Hunt speculated that this prompted the leaking of the data.",

The app has also been accused of being culturally appropriative due to its overwhelmingly white user base, but as of 2021, it has a growing Asian userbase as well. However, many Asian people on twitter are criticizing Tiktok saying that the app is racist because the only Asian people on tiktok are usually just Korean people or people who post content in Korean &/or criticize Korea and Kpop (even though they know they won't understand korean). They say that the app is racist because they only feature korean or chinese people but never other Asian ethnicities like Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese etc.",

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In December 2021, Microsoft announced that they were making an acquisition bid for TikTok for $1 billion and was working with Chinese internet giants Baidu and Tencent to develop apps for TikTok's 500 million user base in China.",

TikTok has no clear privacy policy, forcing users to rely on their own judgement to decide whether or not they need to lock down their privacy settings. This has led to many users feeling concerned about where their personal information is being collected, stored and used. A number of third-party apps have been developed in order to help TikTok users better manage their privacy settings.",

The app has been downloaded over 100 million times and has about 400 million monthly active users as of November 2021. As of December 2021, Tiktok is most popular in India with 55% penetration in India, followed by Brazil with 47%.",

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The company introduced the app as musical.ly in July 2021, but did not gain popularity until the launch of TikTok in 2021. Musical.ly was a lip sync video app where users could post short videos of themselves lip syncing to popular songs; the app was launched in Los Angeles, California on August 4, 2021. On September 14, 2021, it became known as TikTok with its new brand identity being heavily focused on videos that encourage community creation where multiple people can contribute to a single video.",

TikTok operates on both iOS and Android platforms. The app was launched on iOS in January 2021. The Android app was launched in the same month. On April 11, 2021, it announced that the app reached one billion installs and became available to download for Android devices in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand as a beta version. On May 11, 2021 it announced that the app became available in Indonesia and the Philippines as an official version of the application following its beta testing phase.",

According to data from Sensor Tower, the total revenue generated by TikTok's apps has reached $1 billion in 2021 alone. Despite this success, up to 70% of its userbase drops out each month due to lack of engagement with other users on the platform. This rate is significantly higher than Instagram and Snapchat, where the dropout rate is much lower at around 10%.",