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From Billie Eilish’s Matching Set to Amandla Stenberg’s Pleated Number, These Are the Best Celebrity Outfits of the Weekend

Some celebs serve up serious fashion on the daily, but for many, the weekends are celebs’ time to shine — and this one was no different. With lots of events going on across the globe, including our annual Teen Vogue Summit in Los Angeles, the 2019 LACMA Art + Film Gala presented by Gucci, and MTV’s EMAs in Seville, Spain, there was no shortage of star power or fashion as some of our favorite stars took to the red carpet.

From gowns to pants suits, sweater dresses to satin pants, here are some of our favorite celeb style moments from the weekend.

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Here’s What Happened During Rivers Cuomo’s Set at the Andrew Yang Rally in Iowa

Earlier today (November 1), Democratic Presidential hopeful Andrew Yang hosted Yangapalooza!—a campaign rally in downtown Des Moines, Iowa, where he was joined by Rivers Cuomo. Cuomo took to the outdoor stage at Des Moines’ Brenton Skating Plaza to perform a handful of Weezer hits as well as some familiar covers. Cuomo played acoustic guitar alongside Weezer bassist Scott Shriner and a drummer, opening with “Buddy Holly” and launching into stripped-down versions of “Undone – The Sweater Song,” “Island in the Sun,” “Beverly Hills,” and more. Covers included TLC’s “No Scrubs,” Toto’s “Africa,” and A-ha’s “Take on Me,” all of which appear on Weezer’s covers LP The Teal Album. Watch clips of the set below.

During Cuomo’s performance of “Say It Ain’t So,” Andrew Yang appeared onstage, saying, “You don’t look like the fucking internet to me!” Yang proceeded to dance at the front of the stage and sing along with the band, sans microphone. At the end of the song Yang shouted, “Let’s give it up for Rivers Cuomo and Weezer!” At one point during the concert, Rivers Cuomo said, “Yang gang in the house,” but did not otherwise explicitly endorse Yang’s campaign.

Read “Lizzo, the Clash, and ‘Old Town Road’: What the Democratic Presidential Nominees Walked Out to This Weekend” and “Will Weezer Ever Stop Being Disappointing?” over on the Pitch.

“Buddy Holly”

“Undone – The Sweater Song”

“Beverly Hills”

“Island in the Sun”

“Take on Me”


“No Scrubs”

“Say It Ain’t So” with Andrew Yang

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Mike Bohn set to take over USC athletic program

The University of Southern California is expected to name Cincinnati’s Mike Bohn its new athletic director, sources confirmed to ESPN.

Bohn, the athletic director at Cincinnati for five years, will replace Lynn Swann, who resigned in September after three years as AD at his alma mater.

Bohn, 58, is likely to be introduced Monday, sources told ESPN. The Athletic was first to report that he was likely to get the job.

USC declined to confirm the hiring, saying in a statement Friday, “Our search for a new athletic director is progressing well. When details become available, we’ll let you know.”

Bohn will inherit a program that has been enmeshed in two scandals in college sports. In January, former assistant basketball coach Tony Bland pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit bribery in the college basketball recruiting probe. And in March, multiple coaches and administrators were arrested for their roles in the massive college admissions bribery scandal. One coach and one administrator admitted they took bribes to get students into the school. Both have pleaded guilty to racketeering conspiracy charges.

Bohn also will have to assess the future of fourth-year football coach Clay Helton. His job security has been the topic of conversation since USC went 5-7 in 2018, the program’s first losing season since 2000. This season, the Trojans are 5-3 overall and atop the Pac-12 South at 4-1.

At Cincinnati, Bohn hired Luke Fickell as football coach in 2017. Fickell, the former defensive coordinator at Ohio State, is 21-11 in his three seasons. The Bearcats are 6-1 this season, leading the American Athletic Conference, and ranked No. 17 in the latest AP poll.

Bohn, who was a quarterback and also played on the baseball team at Kansas in 1982, was athletic director at Colorado from 2005 to 2013 before taking the Cincinnati job. He hired three football coaches for the Buffaloes — Dan Hawkins (16-33), Jon Embree (4-21) and Mike MacIntyre (20-29). Each eventually was fired.

ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg and Kyle Bonagura contributed to this report.

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New York City Passes Bill Set To Ban Foie Gras In Restaurants, Grocery Stores

NEW YORK (AP) — New York City lawmakers on Wednesday passed a bill that bans restaurants and grocery stores from selling foie gras, the fattened liver of a duck or goose considered a culinary delicacy for centuries.

The bill, which is expected to be signed by Mayor Bill de Blasio, would forbid the sale of the French specialty starting in 2022.

Animal welfare activists had campaigned for a ban on the grounds that the methods used to produce foie gras are cruel, involving force-feeding a bird a corn-based mixture through a tube slipped down its throat.

In this July 18, 2019, file photo, Moulard ducks, a hybrid white farm Peking duck and a South American Muscovy duck, are cage

In this July 18, 2019, file photo, Moulard ducks, a hybrid white farm Peking duck and a South American Muscovy duck, are caged and force-fed at Hudson Valley Foie Gras duck farm in Ferndale, N.Y., to fatten their livers to produce foie gras. 

Farmers who produce foie gras — meaning fatty liver in French — say the birds are treated humanely and don’t suffer during the fattening process.

The council vote was 42-6 for the final version of the bill that calls for a fine of up to $2,000 for each violation.

With about 1,000 New York restaurants offering foie gras, top chefs did not take kindly to the news.

“This is idiocracy,” tweeted chef David Chang of the famed Momofuku global restaurant chain, adding, “Stupid short sighted and a misunderstanding of the situation.”

“I think a ban on foie gras is ridiculous,” said James Beard Award-winner Ken Oringer, co-owner and chef at Manhattan’s Toro tapas restaurant that serves dishes like foie gras torchons with buttermilk biscuits and foie gras katsu sandwiches.

In this July 18, 2019 photo, eight-week-old Moulard ducks feed freely in a cage-free barn at Hudson Valley Foie Gras duck far

In this July 18, 2019 photo, eight-week-old Moulard ducks feed freely in a cage-free barn at Hudson Valley Foie Gras duck farm in Ferndale, N.Y. At twelve-weeks-old they are caged for force-feeding in order to fatten their liver for the delicacy known as foie gras.  (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

“Food choice is everything and the beauty of our country is that we can make the choice to eat what we want to eat.”

He said he supports producers of foie gras in the Catskill Mountains about two hours north of the city.

“I have been to their farms and they operate with the utmost integrity to their farm animals,” the chef said.

The 200-acre Hudson Valley Foie Gras and the smaller La Belle Farm collectively raise about 350,000 birds for foie gras a year in a process that fattens the bird’s liver up to 10 times its normal size. The resulting fatty livers connoisseurs say are as silken and rich as butter bring in $15 million a year — about a third going to New York City. Each liver retails for as much as $125.

The two farms had already lost the California market that represented another third of their sales.

California banned the sale of foie gras in 2012. That law was challenged in federal court, but an appeals court eventually upheld it. Chicago banned foie gras in 2006; the ordinance was repealed two years later.

Losing the New York market would be devastating, says Marcus Henley, the manager of Hudson Valley Foie Gras.

“We will not let this restriction on New Yorkers’ freedom of choice go unchallenged in the courts, and we intend to file a lawsuit,” Henley said. He did not say exactly when legal action would be taken.

The New York City ban could mean trouble for the two farms that are premier U.S. producers of foie gras, with New York as their prime market. The farms employ about 400 mostly immigrant workers whose jobs could be in jeopardy due to the loss of city business, in addition to area farmers growing corn for the feed and vendors selling other supplies.

As voted on, the bill “would prohibit retail food establishments or food service establishments from storing, maintaining, selling, or offering to sell force-fed products or food containing a force-fed product.”

This July 18, 2019 photo shows samples of foie gras from ducks farmed at Hudson Valley Foie Gras duck farm in Ferndale, N.Y.&

This July 18, 2019 photo shows samples of foie gras from ducks farmed at Hudson Valley Foie Gras duck farm in Ferndale, N.Y. 

Ariane Daguin, whose New Jersey-based company, D’Artagnan, is the main U.S. distributor for the two farms’ product, said the ban was approved on a false premise — “that the process is inhumane.”

She said such an assumption is not supported by practices at the farm, where the birds roam freely and are fed by hand every eight hours. The force-feeding begins when the ducks are fully grown, about 12 weeks after they’re born. A worker inserts a 6-inch (15-centimeter) plastic tube into the duck’s beak, squirting a soft mix of corn, soybeans and water to the top of the throat. They’re fed for three weeks, then slaughtered.

“Not one council member has made any effort to learn about this process and all have refused to visit the farms to understand the process first-hand,” Daguin said. “This vote is not constitutional and council members have been wrongly influenced by animal activists who are financing their political campaigns.”

Matthew Dominguez, an advisor to the Voters for Animal Rights nonprofit that opposes foie gras production, countered that group supporters “applaud the city council for relegating the barbaric practice of force-feeding innocent ducks for foie gras to the history books.”

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Jamie Lee Curtis Shares Epic Halloween Kills Set Video, And Wow

As far as horror franchises go, there are few quite as beloved as Halloween. John Carpenter’s 1978 classic brought the slasher genre to audiences for the first time, while also making Jamie Lee Curtis a household name. The property has never been far from theaters, but recently had an exciting resurgence thanks to Blumhouse’s 2018 Halloween sequel. Two more movies are on the way, starting with David Gordon Green’s follow-up Halloween Kills. And we’ve just gotten our first glimpse at that highly anticipated movie, thanks to Curtis herself.

Jamie Lee Curtis is one of the world’s first Scream Queens, and Halloween Kills will mark her whopping sixth appearance as Laurie Strode. Curtis has always brought a strong performance to Laurie, but Blumhouse’s Halloween allowed her to truly delve into the character’s psyche and trauma. And to celebrate the holiday the franchise is named after, the 60 year-old actress shared footage from the set of Halloween Kills with the fans. Check it out.

Well, one thing is for sure. It’s going to be a long year waiting for Halloween Kills to arrive in theaters. And David Gordon Green and company are not going to hold back on the scares and kills for this one. And that makes sense, given Michael took out an impressive 16 people throughout the course of the last sequel.

This new video (which comes from Curtis’ Twitter) shows a handful of brief glimpses onto the set of Halloween Kills, which looks like it’s going to be a bloody great ride when it hits theaters next October. Production has returned to Haddonfield, and it looks like the denizens of the sleepy town are in for another deadly encounter with The Boogeyman. Although just what the movie will be about is hard to discern from this quick look at the set.

As the clip open, we see the set from an outside perspective, and see director/writer David Gordon Green behind the camera for Halloween Kills. We hear the sound of female voices, who are trying to suss out where Michael Myers was located. In between the shots of those girls on a swing set, we’re treated to the first look at Michael Myers in the upcoming movie, as well as bloody hands gripping a knife.

Further into the video, we can see the return of Laurie’s daughter Karen (Judy Greer) and Granddaughter Allyson (Andi Matichak), who both managed to survive their first encounter with The Shape. Allyson can be seen stepping out of a truck, shotgun in hand. It’s a badass visual, and seemingly hints at where the character will go when she’s forced to fight for her life a second time.

Karen is also shown, once again rocking her signature Christmas sweater and seemingly being questioned by the police. It looks like we’ll catch up with the Strode women directly after the events of the last Halloween movie, which saw them narrowly escape Michael Myers and trap him in Laurie’s home/trap. So we shouldn’t expect a tie jump. At least, not at the very top of the Halloween Kills.

While the above image shows quick shots of bullets flying and action sequences, perhaps the best part comes at the very end, with a greeting from Jamie Lee Curtis herself. Lying in a pool of fake blood on a stretcher, Curtis wishes the fans out there a Happy Halloween. I guess everyone’s entitled to one good scare.

Halloween Kills is set to arrive in theaters on October 16, 2020. In the meantime, check out our 2019 release list to plan your next trip to the movies.

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Georgia Releases List Of Nearly 315,000 Voters Set To Be Removed From Rolls

Over 300,000 people in Georgia are set to be removed from the state’s voter rolls ― but it won’t happen without a warning.

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R) announced Wednesday that the full list of voters at risk of removal is now publicly available. The state has faced scrutiny over its plan to cancel the voter registrations of 313,243 “inactive voters” who are thought to have moved away. Around 65% of the people on the list ― 204,937 in all ― haven’t had contact with election officials in several years, and either didn’t respond to a confirmation mailing or had mail returned as undeliverable. The remaining people on the list filed change-of-address forms with the U.S. Postal Service.

Voting rights groups say the removals are likely to take eligible voters off the rolls and penalize people for not voting. People who choose to vote infrequently and who happen to miss a mailer from the state shouldn’t be removed from the rolls, they say. 

You can see the full list of Georgia voters set to be removed from the state’s rolls.

Making the list public gives voting rights groups a chance to contact voters and ensure their registrations aren’t wrongly canceled.

“Now that the Secretary of State has taken our direction and made public the list of over 300,000 voters set to be purged, we will begin the process of analyzing the list to find out which voters are in danger of losing their right to vote and why,” Seth Bringman, a spokesman for Fair Fight Action, the voting rights group led by former Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, said in a statement.

The Georgia Democratic Party also plans to contact every voter on the list to make sure they don’t get wrongfully removed from the rolls, said Sara Tindall Ghazal, the party’s voter protection director.

“Stripping an individual’s right to vote simply because they choose not to exercise it is anti-democratic,” she said. “The Democratic Party of Georgia is committed to making sure that every one of these affected voters will retain their access to the ballot.”

A similar situation arose in Ohio earlier this year. The state was set to purge about 235,000 people from its rolls in September, but first, Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose (R) made public the list of people who would be affected. Voting groups praised the decision, then scoured the names on the list and found thousands of errors.

Georgia election officials have faced scrutiny in recent years for the way they've handled removing people from the state's v

Georgia election officials have faced scrutiny in recent years for the way they’ve handled removing people from the state’s voter rolls.

Federal law requires states to regularly make a general, nondiscriminatory effort to clean their voter rolls ― and it specifically says that a person can’t be removed simply because they haven’t voted.

Georgia has faced scrutiny in recent years over the way it’s gone about removing voters from its rolls. In 2017, Brian Kemp, then the state’s top election official, removed 560,000 people from the rolls ― and about 107,000 of them were removed largely because they hadn’t voted, according to an analysis by APM Reports and WABE. The following year, Kemp defeated Abrams in the state’s gubernatorial race. Abrams and many prominent Democrats say Kemp won that election because of voter suppression.  

Earlier this year, Georgia lawmakers made changes that offered the state’s voters more protections. Previously, three years of election inactivity would get a voter placed on an “inactive list,” putting them at risk of eventually having their registration purged altogether. However, lawmakers have extended that period to five years 

A new law also requires the state to send a final notice to people who are set to be purged, warning them they have 30 days to update their voter registration. Raffensperger said he would include a prepaid postcard with that mailing to allow people to respond. 

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Wow, The Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Collector’s Edition Set Comes With A Record And More

As the theatrical release of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood winds down, the folks who’ve either seen the film or have been waiting for home video are looking forward to seeing just when Quentin Tarantino’s latest, and possibly most successful, film will be hitting store shelves, as well as what will be included in the total package.

Well, if you’re the type that loves collector’s edition style releases, you’ll be pleased to know that Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is going to have a special set that includes a record, a replica of one of the film’s many fake movie posters, and a mini version/special issue of MAD Magazine. Oh right, and it also includes the film you know and love on 4K UHD and Blu-ray.

In a folding case that unveils the old school art style poster for the film in one panoramic view, you get those special pieces of ephemera that neatly find themselves packaged into Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’s shelf-friendly box. Already a conundrum presents itself, as fans are going to have to ask themselves one important question: do you frame that Operazione Dyn-O-Mite poster that’s included, or do you leave it inside and neatly preserved and folded?

Looking at the details for the special features on Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, there’s some pretty exciting details as to what’s on the discs. More specifically, there’s five “Behind The Scenes” featurettes that delve into the making of the film, one of them including a look at cinematographer Robert Richardson’s work photographing the world of 1969 in modern Hollywood.

Now here comes the important news when it comes to this collector’s edition of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood: it looks like all of these features are only available with the 4K UHD/Blu-Ray combo pack. Also, if you’re a fan of DVD releases, the only special feature you’ll have on that release are the 20 minutes of the film’s infamous deleted scenes, which come with every other version of the film. So if you’re looking for something special, be sure to check the details real carefully on each version you see on the market.

There’s a lot of awesome stuff waiting for anyone who pre-orders Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, and it looks like other retailers will have special add-ons of their own to sweeten the pot. Not to mention there’s going to be 10 minutes of additional footage folks will have never seen, even if they went and saw the recent re-release that included bonus footage.

You’ll be able to dig into Once Upon A Time In Hollywood when it is available on physical home video release, through 4K UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD, on December 10th. Meanwhile, if you’re looking for the Digital HD version, that drops on November 25th, just in time to watch with your family on Thanksgiving!

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2019 Next Gen ATP Finals Field Is Set | ATP Tour

The field for the 2019 Next Gen ATP Finals is set. A trio of first-time qualifiers – Serbia’s Miomir Kecmanovic, Ugo Humbert of France and Sweden’s Mikael Ymer – qualified for the award-winning eight-man event. Additionally, 18-year-old Jannik Sinner of Italy completes the field as a wild card for the tournament, to be held 5-9 November at the Allianz Cloud in Milan.

The four players join Australian Alex de Minaur, Canadian Denis Shapovalov, American Frances Tiafoe and Norwegian Casper Ruud at the 21-and-under tournament, which features eight players from eight countries and three continents.

Greek qualifier Stefanos Tsitsipas will not compete because of his Nitto ATP Finals participation, at The O2 in London, from 10-17 November, and Canadian qualifier Felix Auger-Aliassime was forced to withdraw (left ankle) from the tournament, which will feature a series of rule changes and innovations for the third consecutive year.

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De Minaur climbed 177 spots in the ATP Rankings during his breakout season that ended in the 2018 Next Gen ATP Finals title match. The 20-year-old raised his level this year, going unbeaten in ATP Tour title matches at the Sydney International, his hometown tournament in January, the BB&T Atlanta Open in July and the Huajin Securities Zhuhai Championships in September.

Shapovalov will be making a return trip to Milan after participating in the inaugural event in 2017. The Canadian reached three semi-finals, including his third at the ATP Masters 1000 level in Miami (l. to Federer), and celebrated his maiden ATP Tour title at last week’s Intrum Stockholm Open (d. Krajinovic).

Tiafoe will look to reach the semi-finals in Milan for the first time after falling short on debut last year. The American made his first major quarter-final in January at the Australian Open and his first Masters 1000 quarter-final in March at the Miami Open presented by Itau.

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De Minaur | Shapovalov | Tiafoe | Ruud | Kecmanovic | Humbert

Norway’s Casper Ruud will become the first player from the Nordic nation to compete in Milan. The 20-year-old, who is coached by his father and former World No. 39 Christian Ruud, reached his first ATP Tour final in April (l. to Garin) at the Fayez Sarofim & Co. U.S. Men’s Clay Court Championship in Houston and made the semi-finals at the Brasil Open in Sao Paulo (l. to Garin) in February and the Generali Open in Kitzbuhel in August.

Serbia’s #NextGenATP star Miomir Kecmanovic has climbed 77 spots in the ATP Rankings this year, from No. 131 to No. 54. The 20-year-old made his first ATP Tour final at the Turkish Airlines Open Antalya (l. to Sonego) in June and earned his first Top 10 win in August, at the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati against 2018 Nitto ATP Finals champion Alexander Zverev.

Ugo Humbert finished one spot away from qualifying in 2018, but the 21-year-old Frenchman will be competing in Milan next month. The left-hander made the fourth round of Wimbledon (l. to Djokovic) and three semi-finals, at the Open 13 Provence in Marseille, the Hall of Fame Open in Newport and the European Open in Antwerp.

Sweden’s Ymer won back-to-back ATP Challenger Tour titles during the past month to thrust himself into Milan contention. The 21-year-old, who reached the second round of Roland Garros (l. to Zverev), is at a career-high No. 74 in the ATP Rankings and has won four Challenger titles this season.

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Sinner is on the cusp of becoming the youngest player inside the Top 100 of the ATP Rankings, a status currently belonging to Auger-Aliassime. The 18-year-old Italian, who is 373 days younger than his Canadian counterpart, is No. 101 and surged forward 18 spots last week by beating World No. 13 Gael Monfils and making the European Open semi-finals (l. to Wawrinka). The teenager became the youngest ATP Tour semi-finalist in five years (Borna Coric, Basel 2014). Sinner was close to making Milan on his own merit as he is one spot away from qualifying in the ATP Race To Milan.

The third edition of the event in Milan will see the continuation of a number of innovations, including a best-of-five set format, shorter sets to 4 (tie-break at 3-All) and No-Ad scoring. Other innovations include Electronic Line Calling through Hawk-Eye Live, a 25-second Shot Clock, In-Match player coaching via head-sets, Video Review and more.

The tournament’s pioneering role in innovation was recognised at the 2018 Yahoo Sports Technology Awards in London, where ATP & ATP Media won the Most Innovative Governing Body or Rights Holder Award, as well as at the 2018 Leaders Sports Awards, where the tournament was recognised with the award for Best Innovation.

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TikTok’s new set of safety videos teach users about features, the app’s focus on ‘positivity’ – TechCrunch

TikTok today released a new set of safety videos designed to playfully inform users about the app’s privacy controls and other features — like how to filter comments or report inappropriate behavior, among other things. One video also addresses TikTok’s goal of creating a “positive” social media environment, where creativity is celebrated and harassment is banned.

This particular value — that TikTok is for “fun” — is cited whenever the Beijing-based company is pressured about the app’s censorship activity. Today, TikTok hides under claims that it’s all about being a place for lighthearted, positive behavior. But in reality, it had been censoring topics China doesn’t want its citizens to know about — like the Hong Kong protests, for example. Meanwhile, it doesn’t appear to take action on political issues in the U.S., where hashtags like #dumptrump or #maga have millions of views.

To figure out its approach to moderation, TikTok recently hired corporate law firm K&L Gates to advise it on how to create policies that won’t have it coming under the eye of U.S. regulators.

In the meantime, TikTok is tackling the job of crafting the sort of community it wants through these instructive videos. But it’s not just issuing its commands from the top-down — TikTok partners with its own creators to participate in the videos and then promote them to fans. The first set of videos, released in February, featured a dozen TikTok creators, for example.

This time around, the company has pulled in a dozen more, including: @nathanpiland, @d_damodel, @juniortvine@Stevenmckell@supershaund@ourfire@thedawndishsoap@katjaglieson@mahoganylox@chanydakota@shreksdumpster and @christinebarger.

This is a much different approach to community-setting, compared with Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. Those platforms took years before they addressed users’ basic needs for privacy, security and anti-harassment features, like filtering comments, blocking and muting, and more. In the meantime, social media became a haven for trolls and abuse.

TikTok is approaching the problem from a different standpoint — by consciously creating a community where users are knowledgable and feel empowered to kick out the bad elements from disrupting their fun.

The only problem is that TikTok’s definition of what’s “fun” and appropriate has a political bent.

Creativity and art aren’t only meant for expressing positive sentiments. And given that TikTok was enforcing China’s censorship of topics like Tiananmen Square, Hong Kong and Taiwan to its more than 500 million global monthly users, it wouldn’t be a leap to find the company one day censoring all sorts of political speech and other social issues — effectively becoming a tool for China to spread its government’s views to the wider world. And that’s far less fun.

TikTok reiterated its comment that U.S. moderation is handled by a U.S. team:

Our content and moderation policies are led by our US-based team and are not influenced by any foreign government. The Chinese government does not request that TikTok censor content, and would not have jurisdiction regardless, as TikTok does not operate there. To be clear: We do not remove videos based on the presence of Hong Kong protest content.

We and others had searched Hong Kong and related hashtags prior to today in the app and found, as The Washington Post did, “barely a hint of unrest in sight.” TikTok says several hashtags will now show that sort of content, like #freehongkong or #hongkongprotest, for example. But these two have views in the tens of thousands. Meanwhile, U.S. political hashtags have hundreds of millions of views, by comparison… as most high-profile topics do.

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