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Influencer Calls Out TikTok For Alleged Restriction Of Content

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LSU gymnast Olivia Dunne, known for her TikTok presence, has seen a recent decline in video views, leading her to question if she’s been “shadow banned.”

This term refers to a user’s content being restricted without notification. Other influencers, like Paige Spiranac, have also accused TikTok of similar actions.

However, a TikTok spokesperson denied these claims, stating that disciplinary actions are only taken for guideline violations, with creators being informed. (Trending: Assault Weapons Ban Set To Take Effect, Here’s What To Know)

TikTok’s content moderation process is based on four pillars, including removing policy-violating content and age-restricting mature content.

Despite Dunne’s recent video showing her on a date night, it only garnered around 730,000 views, a decline from her usual numbers.

Her previous video to surpass 1 million views featured her and her teammates shooting hoops at LSU.

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