How frogs, more recently seen as a symbol of hate on Twitter, are being queered by TikTok users.
A look at how some healthcare professionals on TikTok are using the platform to cultivate a healthy conversation about mental illness.
An Xiao Mina joins us to discuss why the new kid on the social media block is causing waves in halls of power around the world.
The recent government threats to TikTok raise questions about the future of the internet, which we once saw as free and democratic. Is that still the case?
Secretary of State Michael Pompeo says the proposed ban is an effort to “deny the Chinese communist party access to private information that belongs to Americans.”
As the pandemic continues, healthcare professionals use the social media app to share information, vent their frustrations, or just have some fun.
Under pressure for its alleged ties to the Chinese government and other security concerns, the developers behind TikTok published the company’s first “transparency report.”
The app is owned by Chinese company ByteDance, which has been accused of censoring users for posting content about issues including the persecution of Uighur Muslims and Hong Kong.
Teens are dancing to messages from their abusive exes, continuing the legacy of artists like Ana Mendieta and Suzanne Lacy.