Highlighting the significance of users’ personal safety on the internet-sphere, popular short-video platform Likee has recently launched a campaign, titled “Cyber Safety Campaign”. Under this campaign, Likee users can use the hashtag “CyberSafety” and a designated sticker with animated effects in their videos, where they answer an exciting set of quizzes. The challenge is to answer as many as possible correctly, and showcase their streaks among the community.
An avid patron of constructive communal growth, Likee has been organizing such campaigns with the sole purpose to encourage online safety and positive morale among its users through interesting content promotion. Interesting and fun-filled questions with multiple answers to choose the correct one from is available in Likee’s “CyberSafety” campaign. Users can either find the hashtag and click to participate without looking for the sticker, or find the sticker and click to use it. One will automatically participate in the topic when publishing the videos with the hashtag and sticker.
“Short-videos possess the potential to emit very strong and substantial messages in a subtle, instantaneous manner”, said a spokesperson of Likee.
“At Likee, we felt the necessity to utilize this power of subtlety to promote online safety of user data, privacy and maintenance of standard community guidelines, so that we can ensure a healthier exchange of values among our users. Likee prioritizes creating a prudent environment with zero-tolerance shown to all sorts of offensive, immoral and unjust actions. Our “CyberSafety” campaign is designed to take this agenda of transparency and fairness one step further, giving Likee better acceptability among its beloved users”, she added.
Likee previously introduced hashtag campaigns like #BhalorJonnoJano (#KnowForGood) and others, where popular youth influencers like Ayman Sadiq, Munzereen Shahid, Toya and Tawhid Afridi joined hands to ensure a safe and healthy online community. Likee also banned 42,751 accounts for violating its safety protection regulations from January to May of this year.