TikTok published its first transparency report this week outlining the number of legal requests it received in the first half of 2019 to remove or restrict certain accounts.

In a blog post published Monday, the company’s public policy and corporate affairs attorney, Eric Ebenstein, said the report “provides important insight and clarity to our users regarding the volume and nature of governmental requests for our users’ account information and other legal notifications.”

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