The CEO of TikTok wrote a letter to the employees in India of the Chinese video-sharing application which was among the 59 applications banned by the Indian government, in the midst of a huge economic crisis against China following the clashes of the June 15 in the Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh, in which 20 soldiers sacrificed their lives for India.
“At TikTok, our efforts are guided by our commitment to democratize the Internet. To a large extent, we believe we have succeeded in this endeavor… However, we remain committed and committed to our mission, and we work with stakeholders to meet their TikTok continues to comply with all confidentiality and privacy requirements. data security under Indian law and places the utmost importance on user privacy and integrity “, Kevin Mayer, Managing Director of TikTok and Director of Operations of ByteDance, owner of the video sharing application , said in a post on the company’s website.
In the message “A message to our employees in India”, Mr. Mayer said: “Since 2018, we have worked hard to ensure that more than 200 million users in India can express their joy and creativity, celebrate self-expression and share experiences with a growing global community. “
“Our employees are our greatest strength, and their well-being is our top priority. We have also assured over 2,000 strong employees that we will do everything in our power to restore the positive experiences and opportunities they can be proud of, “said TikTok CEO, amid concerns over the job security of its employees in India.
“We have been encouraged and encouraged by your love and support for our platform, and we promise to live up to the trust and faith you have shown in us. We look forward to continuing to play a role active in the central unit of Digital India, “said Dit Mayer.
“TikTok has enabled hundreds of millions of users to benefit from the creative works of artists, storytellers, educators and artists from around the world who have opened up new avenues for improving livelihoods. Sharing their skills and talents on a global scale, these artists, artists and artists have received opportunities for brand promotions and associations that were once considered the exclusive domain of movie stars and sports celebrities. it is a staple food and a reality for TikTok users, even in remote towns and villages across the country, “said Mayer. said.
The move also comes a day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi said India had given China an “adequate response”. He also mentioned the national call to boycott Chinese products, juxtaposing him with the government campaign “Atma Nirbhar Bharat”. “We will buy local products and make the voices of the locals heard, which will help India grow stronger,” he said.