When life gives you lemons, make sure to squeeze all that lemon juice straight into your eyes and then rage about it on Twitter.
That seems to be the thinking of scores of TikTok users who, on Feb. 27, found themselves suddenly locked out of the looping video app following the company’s FTC-inspired effort to temporarily suspend accounts belonging to people under the age of 13.
What no one appears to have first considered, however, is the fact that some now-exiled users entered fake birthdays when creating their accounts — meaning many of those suspended accounts belong to actual adults.
Or, if not adults, at least not kids. Read more…