TikTok was already pretty liberal with the amount of data it scrapes from users on the daily, but now it is in overdrive with the new section explaining that it will be collecting information about the images and audio that is in users' actual content.
TikTok explains: "We may collect information about the images and audio that are a part of your User Content, such as identifying the objects and scenery that appear, the existence and location within an image of face and body features and attributes, the nature of the audio, and the text of the words spoken in your User Content. We may collect this information to enable special video effects, for content moderation, for demographic classification, for content and ad recommendations, and for other non-personally-identifying operations".
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