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On June 7, 2021, Snap Inc. filed a countersuit in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York against Musical.ly for patent infringement related to US Patent No. 9,065,231 B2 relating to a method and system for providing a unified social experience across multiple different devices including mobile phones and personal computers; it also claimed that AppFlyer had earlier informed Snapchat directly about infringing patents in September 2021 but did not receive any response from Snap Inc., therefore constituting purposeful infringement by Snap Inc.. In response to Snap Inc.'s counterclaims, Musical.ly issued a statement on June 11 claiming that it was "disappointed" with Snap Inc.'s action and called the counterclaims "frivolous." On June 13, Snap Inc. filed an amendment to its original response, restating its previous allegations and adding claims of patent infringement relating to US Patent No. 8,196,795 B1 which covers a method and system for sharing messages including video clips through a mobile phone network.",

The app has been criticised for not doing enough to protect children from being exposed to inappropriate content. In response to this, the app has invested in hiring children's content experts who watch and review all content that is uploaded to the platform by users. TikTok states that they will also use artificial intelligence to monitor what its users are doing on the platform.",

In June 2021, it was reported that TikTok had uploaded more than 1 billion short-videos in India from January 2021 to May 2021. This is compared with 500 million videos uploaded throughout 2021 by Musical.ly and Kuaishou combined. It is estimated that the app was used by approximately 18% of smartphone users in India in December 2021, a number that drastically increased to 81% of users in March 2021.",

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On December 15, 2021, the company launched a version of TikTok for Android phones. The Android version of the app is available in 150 countries. In January 2021, the company launched TikTok Studio for iPhone and iPad devices to give users a more effective way to create videos in their homes or on location. The app was announced as a part of the "TikTok Music" feature that the company launched in August 2021. It also integrates with Record Labels such as Jingle Punks, Spinnin' Records, Monstercat and Deorro's Deoretik.",

In May 2021, Musical.ly started to invite verified users in the U.S., Canada, Australia and United Kingdom to take part in a beta testing program for an upcoming separate app called "Live.ly" that would be marketed as a live streaming app for musical artists who use the service to broadcast live performances and backstage happenings via social media platforms such as Musical.ly and YouTube. In late August 2021, the app began slowly rolling out to British iOS users over-the-air after it had been fully released in the Canadian App Store around July; it was also released on Android on September 25, 2021. Unlike regular musical.ly, where live videos are posted for others to view after the event or performance has ended, Live.ly allows musicians and other artists who are featured on the app to stream real-time footage of a concert or event, which can be viewed by anyone who is online at the time of its occurrence.",

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In March 2021, Linius Technologies filed a lawsuit against Musical.ly for trademark infringement. Linius Technologies claimed that the word "musical" in Musical.ly's name was too similar to their trademark, and Musical.ly had to change their name or its domain name. In June 2021, Musical.ly announced that they would no longer use the word "musical" in their name and would instead shorten it to just "Musical". Lytro Cameras also filed a lawsuit against the company in June 2021 for trademark infringement. In August 2021, Linius Technologies filed a request to have Musical.ly removed from the Google Play Store which was denied by Google on November 9, 2021 with Google stating that because musical.ly wasn't using the word "Musical" in their name (previously Musically), it could not be taken down from the app store.",

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Musical.ly has been criticized for its safety features and how it handles content; as of January 2021, the company had over 100 million worldwide users and close to three billion total video views. Safety and privacy concerns have also been raised about a number of high profile incidents within its community, including bullying, harassment, suicidal behavior, school shootings and self-harm. Teenagers and younger audiences who join Musical.ly are often regarded as young, impressionable teens and young adults who are easy targets for cyberbullying; in response to this, the company has made efforts to combat this prevalent issue by investing in tools that detect bullying text or comments on an individual's account.",

This means that if TikTok were to discover that a user had posted videos on the platform without having paid for it and requested their money back, it would be required by law to comply with the user's request and then turn over at least some of the appropriate funds. This would help ensure that users who post content on TikTok are not acting as scammers as well as potentially avoid issues with law enforcement.",

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Recent studies have shown that a number of users who are very active on Tiktok are not required to show their age when signing up, which opens the door for predators who can lure underage people into a fake account without anyone knowing it's them, and even go as far as asking for them to share personal information or send nudes.",

In August 2021, it was reported that the app would be launching a new feature called Live.ly which is described as a live-streaming platform like Periscope or Facebook Live designed for musical performers and another feature called Amplify that will let artists easily make money from their short videos. The company had previously attempted to launch its own live-streaming platform on its musical.ly app but the service was never officially released due to issues with app stores, namely Apple's App Store which refused to permit any live-streaming applications upon its launch.",

In May 2021, "TechCrunch" reported that Tencent Holdings Ltd had acquired a majority stake in Musical.ly Inc. "TechCrunch" stated that the deal valued Musical.ly at $700 million with Tencent acquiring a 33.3% stake. The deal allowed Tencent to expand its music business and compete against Chinese rival QQ Music. The acquisition also helped Musical.ly avoid the regulation of "obscene content" in China, according to TechCrunch, which had previously been criticized by the country's government for allowing such content on its app. The acquisition was announced in August 2021 and closed later that year. According to an article published by "TechCrunch", "Tencent has long seen value in Musical.ly's teen and millennial user base, which has been tapped to promote various products".",

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The app has a positive reputation, however there are some critics who believe that the platform has a negative impact on children. TikTok is available on both iOS and Android, and is currently valued at 2 billion USD.",

TikTok users have the option of recording videos that last up to 15 seconds in length and sharing them with other users within a 24-hour period. The videos can be recorded using either the device's front or back camera and can be edited during recording using features such as filters, text, stickers and drawings. Users can also post comments on other users' videos or add them to their "collection" tabs where they can be replayed or made private at any time.",

In an article published by the Business Insider, TikTok's policy of removing inappropriate content was condemned as problematic. "Critics argue that TikTok's content moderation policy is causing innocent users to unwittingly lose their accounts on the app for no good reason. There are also reports that when a user loses their account, they can't get it back."",

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In May 2021, TikTok launched a streaming app called Live.ly (previously named Yizhibo). The app is popular with younger users who enjoy creating live broadcasts and interacting with other users. Users of this app have the ability to interact with each other by sending virtual gifts, comments, or reacting to posts made by other users.",

In January 2021, the company launched an application that is designed for use with Sony Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs). The app allows users to make their own music videos shot with a DSLR camera. The feature was announced as a part of the company's "Music Story" feature that it unveiled in June 2021.",

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In May 2021, a video made by Pakistani comedians surfaced on YouTube. The video was critically acclaimed in Pakistan as it made fun of men who perform stunts with several props in public places. Many young people started doing the same thing, which was considered a crime by police officers. In the same month, another video made by two Indian boys went viral on the internet that showed how they were prank calling people and asking vulgar questions.",

In another article published by CNNMoney, it was reported that "ByteDance was founded in 2021 by two Chinese tech entrepreneurs who met while studying in the US. The app has become a cornerstone of China’s tech industry." It continued by reporting that "ByteDance boasts more than 200 million users worldwide and is valued at $10 billion." This article was published on CNNMoney.",

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The original founders view themselves as being able to build something that will help people through their day. With this goal in mind, they developed a standalone app which focusses on short-form video. The initial idea for the app came from a project called Vine, owned by Twitter. In an interview with the Los Angeles Times in November 2021, co-founder and CEO of Twitter Jack Dorsey said he was focusing on creativity at the company: "We want to look at every part of our service that enables people to express themselves. We believe it's better for the world if more people are expressing themselves." Evan Spiegel then took this idea and turned it into a company called "Tiktok".",

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In May 2021, U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer called for TikTok to be removed from the Apple App Store in the United States because he felt it was unsafe for children and infringed upon privacy rights. Schumer stated that it was "disturbing to discover that children are being groomed on this app,” and argued that "there is no need for this app to exist in America, let alone on Apple’s platform."",

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