It came under fire in September for a policy it had at the time of censoring LGBTQ content in some languages, including Arabic. And in Egypt, several female TikTok influencers were arrested, and some sentenced to prison, for posting videos that were ruled to have violated Egyptian family values. Key Takeaways.
June 2020 data from YouGov showed that only 25% of adults in Great Britain felt that companies showing support for the LGBTQ+ community during Pride Month were being genuine—almost half thought that such messaging was not genuine. Outside of Pride Month, though, 38% of respondents saw such messaging as genuine, while only a third felt it wasn’t genuine.