A man holding a phone walks past a sign of Chinese company ByteDance's app TikTok, known locally as Douyin, at the International Artificial Products Expo in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China October 18, 2019.
ReutersLONDON — TikTok has invited British lawmakers into its offices to review its algorithm after a parliamentary committee questioned the social media app's links to China's ruling Communist Party.
"We do not censor content," Kanter told the committee Thursday on a video call that was broadcast online.
"I would encourage you to open the app and search for Tiananmen Square, search for Tibet, you will find that content on TikTok."
There's plenty of content that's critical of China," Kanter added.
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