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Iowa Attorney General Takes Legal Action Against TikTok Alleging Deceptive Practices

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Iowa Attorney General Takes Legal Action Against TikTok Alleging Deceptive Practices

Iowa Attorney General Brenna Bird has filed a lawsuit against popular social media platform TikTok, accusing the app of deceiving parents about its content. The lawsuit alleges that TikTok, despite claiming to be suitable for users aged 12 and older, includes material featuring sexual themes, profanity, alcohol and drug use, among other concerning content. Attorney General Bird contends that TikTok's actions violate the Iowa Consumer Fraud Act, demanding a response from the social media company within 60 days.

Bird says TikTok claims to be an app for people 12 years and older, while including content with sexual themes. . .

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