AIM’s Adam Guillette quoted in story about misinformation on TikTok

September 30, 2022

By Accuracy In Media

Originally published at The Washington Times
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September 28, 2022

In other areas, conservative watchdogs have accused TikTok of a left-leaning bias in deciding what to censor.

Last year, Washington, D.C.-based Accuracy in Media reported that several of TikTok’s biggest teen influencers promoted a “Protect the Arctic” campaign without disclosing they had the same talent agents.

The media watchdog says TikTok has ignored calls for ethical transparency about liberal political advocacy groups paying teen users with millions of followers to create videos.

“Recent stories have shown a consistent pattern of left-wing groups trying to pay children to spread misinformation on social media,” said Adam Guillette, Accuracy in Media’s president.

Read the entire article at The Washington Times


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