children, some as young as nine, are exposing their identities, thoughts and even flesh to strangers via one of Asia’s most popular short video platforms, Tik Tok. Photo: Jonathan Wong children, some as young as nine, are exposing their identities, thoughts and even flesh to strangers via one of Asia’s most popular short video platforms, Tik Tok. Photo: Jonathan Wong
children, some as young as nine, are exposing their identities, thoughts and even flesh to strangers via one of Asia’s most popular short video platforms, Tik Tok. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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Keeping apps safe requires vigilance

Hundreds of Hong Kong children, some as young as nine, are exposing their identities, thoughts and even flesh to strangers via one of Asia’s most popular short video platforms. For the company involved, such popularity and influence also means greater social and moral responsibility

Topic |   Technology
children, some as young as nine, are exposing their identities, thoughts and even flesh to strangers via one of Asia’s most popular short video platforms, Tik Tok. Photo: Jonathan Wong children, some as young as nine, are exposing their identities, thoughts and even flesh to strangers via one of Asia’s most popular short video platforms, Tik Tok. Photo: Jonathan Wong
children, some as young as nine, are exposing their identities, thoughts and even flesh to strangers via one of Asia’s most popular short video platforms, Tik Tok. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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