A woman TikTok after viral videos critical detachment of the Chinese government’s policies in Xinjiang said in a post on Twitter that the Chinese video sharing app your account and apologized was suspended restored. New Jersey teen Feroza Aziz had published a series of video tutorials, how makeup initially appeared before morphing rapidly stinging rebukes China’s treatment of Uighurs Muslims. “The first thing you need to do your eyelash curler is grab your curl eyelashes, of course, then you’re going to create and use your phone, you can now use to look for what has happened in China,” said one. Here is a trick to get longer eyelashes! #tiktok #muslim #muslimmemes #islam pic.twitter.com/r0JR0HrXbm – feroza.x (@x_feroza) November 25, 2019: the thought “I, when I made this sound like a make-up tutorial, people want to see him he would” Aziz said earlier CNN. “When I was talking to Muslim Uyghurs, the video has been removed.” TikTok, Beijing ansässigem ByteDance Inc., blamed a “human scale errors” for the removal of their viral video, in a long statement noted that an earlier account Aziz heard was to publish a video with pictures of Osama Laden It has been removed, which violates their policies. The company says Aziz video does not violate its standards should not have been removed, and amounted to only offline for 50 minutes. TikTok says that a wider review of their process of content moderation. Read more: New artists TikTok turns into viral Sensations. But who really gains? US lawmakers have expressed concern that the increasing popularity of the app a risk to national security, including the censorship by the Chinese government provides. The United States has similar claims of censorship against potential Chinese tech companies such as Huawei Technologies Co. leveled, while others, such as security camera manufacturer Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Co., Ltd for their efforts in Xinjiang sanctions. UPDATE: Tik Tok has issued a public apology and gave me my back account. If you think that took away because of a satirical video unrelated that has been deleted from an account previously deleted me? Immediately after finishing a three-part video on Uyghur publish? No pic.twitter.com/ehUpSJiyy1 – feroza.x (@x_feroza) November 27, 2019 The incident is the latest flare-up for companies that political sensitivity in China and the government and consumers play in the United States in a navigation ‘other position for actions as seen caving to China’s political ambitions. Chinese state television in October fell throughout the National Basketball Association coverage for an official tweet team to support pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong, and cut almost all the sponsors Chinese relations with the championship. Meanwhile, complaints expansive and widely disputed in an Animation Children Dreamworks Film China was in neighboring Vietnam banned because it reflects a map of the South China including Tues. – With the help of Melissa Cheok and copyright Jihye Lee Image from Lionel BONAVENTURE– AFP / Getty Images.