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After Moscow strengthened its grip over social media in response to its invasion of Ukraine in February, live streaming and new uploads on the Chinese-owned video app TikTok were banned in Russia.

After stopping major services for Russian users earlier this year, social media giant TikTok said on Friday that it will reduce the size of its Russian workforce.

TikTok to Reduce Staff in Russia

After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February, Moscow increased its control over social media and banned live streaming and new uploads on the Chinese-owned video app TikTok.

The company stated in a statement, “We have had to make a number of decisions this year about our service in Russia, which regrettably involves downsizing our Russia-based workforce.”

We will continue to assess the changing conditions in Russia with safety as our first concern to decide when we might completely restart our services, it said.

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After stopping major services for Russian users earlier this year, social media giant TikTok said on Friday that it will reduce the size of its Russian workforce.

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