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TikTok on Friday outlined new video removal software designed to . It'll reduce the number of videos that breach the company's policies on "minor safety, adult nudity and sexual activities, violent and graphic content and illegal activities and regulated goods," the video-based social media company .
The company will begin using the system, which identifies "violative content" once uploaded, website over the next few weeks. Creators will be able to appeal their video's removal via the app or report potential violations for the company to review, it noted.
Similar software is used by other social networks including Tumblr, which worked to from the site before its .
Last week, TikTok started allowing videos up to , after previously capping them at 1 minute.