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Data Security Council of India (DSCI) and Chinese short-video making app TikTok on Monday have come collectively to launch an interactive and informative quiz for its community online.

Tiktok To Launch a Quiz Program To Spread Awareness on Data Privacy | Techbells | New Mobiles
Data Security Council of India (DSCI) and Chinese short-video making app TikTok on Monday have come collectively to launch an interactive and informative quiz for its community online.

The quiz will go stay on the app on January 28 and will run till February 3 It additionally targets to appraise users on best practices for online privateness and protection.

 

In line with the theme of the 2020 version of Data Privacy Day - 'Privacy is Everyone's Responsibility', the in-app quiz asks customers fascinating questions pertaining to their cognizance of online privateness and its importance.

 

"On the occasion of Data Privacy Day, we continue to be dedicated to constructing a privacy-aware society. We are assured that our partnership with TikTok will assist us to land the message of secure and secure on-line statistics practices, some distance and wide," stated Rama Vedashree, CEO, DSCI.

 

According to Global Web Index's Social Media Trends 2019 report, Indian customers spent 2.4 hours on social media, in line with the international average.

 

With the rising information consumption and increase in time spent online, it is essential that the customers are conscious of privateness practices and standards that are key to adhere to.

 

"We are honored to companion with DSCI and spread cognizance about the protection and privacy fine practices amongst our users," said Subi Chaturvedi, Head, TikTok for Good - India.

 

"As section of TikTok For Good, we seem forward to launching more such initiatives that have a large wonderful influence on society, harnessing the power of science and celebrating privateness by means of the plan at the core of everything we do," Chaturvedi added.