The”Safety Centre” intends to educate users regarding protection measures when using the system and is now available in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Gujarati, Malayalam, and Punjabi, among other languages.
It also leads users to 2 resource pages which would help handle anti-bullying in addition to an advisory for the forthcoming Lok Sabha polls.
“Since the launching of TikTok at India, we’ve seen phenomenal user growth.
“With the launching of our Annual Security Centre along with our resource pages for anti-bullying and the general electionswe aim to reaffirm our dedication to India and ensure a secure and positive online environment,” Helena Lersch, Director, Global Public Policy, TikTok, said in a statement.
With the launch of the localised site, users around India may also learn how to maintain their accounts private, the need to use strong passwords and also avoid spreading personal information.