The video starts with 17-year-old Feroza Aziz giving her viewers an "Eyelash curling" tutorial and a few seconds into the video she advises them to use their phones to check out what's going on in China. "I have reached out and haven't gotten any answers". "Then I made a decision to post two more videos regarding the situation on Sunday night", she said.
Many countries of the world have expressed strong reservations from time to time over the atrocities on Uigars and other Muslim minorities in China. The popular app has been under mounting scrutiny from US officials concerning its relationship with the Chinese government.
Beijing defends the camps, calling them "vocational training centers".
TikTok announced that it had penalized her not for her comments about China but rather a video she'd shared earlier - a short clip, posted on to a different account, that included a photo of Osama bin Laden.
Chinese language tech giants in conjunction with ByteDance, TikTok's guardian firm, and Huawei Applied sciences are working carefully with the Communist Birthday celebration to censor and surveil Uighur Muslims in China's western build of Xinjiang, in accordance with a file printed Thursday.
It also said that "human moderation error" was to blame for the video being taken down on Thursday for more than an hour.
"We would like to apologize to the user for the error on our part", Eric Han, the app's USA head of safety, said.
"Due to a human moderation error, the viral video from November 23 was removed". Tech firms in China often adhere to the Communist Party's demands to censor politically sensitive content.TikTok has repeatedly denied censoring or demoting politically controversial content, and tried to emphasize its fun and lighthearted videos instead.
But activist Aziz, whose account was restored, said she didn't think the popular video app's apology was genuine.
She added that she would continue using TikTok and other social media platforms "to spread the word and raise awareness about the Uighur situation".
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She told The Washington Post that "TikTok is trying to cover up this whole mess".
Technology companies "are intrinsically linked" with many aspects of Xinjiang's crackdown on religious and ethnic minorities across the region, which has involved arbitrary detention, coerced labor practices and at-home forced political indoctrination, the report said.
In October, the U.S. blacklisted 28 Chinese organisations and companies for their role in facilitating human rights abuses in Xinjiang.
"We acknowledge that at times, this process will not be flawless", he said.
There have been multiple reports in recent months confirming the state of abuse in these prison camps.
This month's huge document dump has exposed the truth about China's concentration camps in Xinjiang province.
The call from the Foreign Office was in response to the leaked Chinese documents, which appear to be the first official confirmation that the camps were intended by China as internment centers.
Huawei has additionally participated in a program called "Correct Xinjiang", which the ASPI specialists acknowledged turned into "code for a police surveillance machine".
"We, as the European Union, continue to expect China to uphold its worldwide obligations and to respect human rights, including when it comes to the rights of persons belonging to minorities, especially in Xinjiang but also in Tibet, and we will continue to affirm those positions in this context in particular", the spokesperson added.