TikTok will intervene harder if people spread disinformation on behalf of QAnon.

The company reports this in a statement to

NPR

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The video app says it will delete accounts and videos that do that.

Followers of the QAnon conspiracy theories believe, among other things, that a shadow government is trying to undermine US President Donald Trump.

Followers accuse prominent Democrats and Hollywood stars of pedophilia and Satanism, among others.

TikTok says people spreading QAnon conspiracy theories are breaking the rules of its platform.

The service says it will delete the accounts and videos.

"We've also made this content more difficult to find through search and hashtags."

TikTok isn't the only tech company going against QAnon.

Previously, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube already took steps to keep QAnon's disinformation from their networks.

See also: What is QAnon, the conspiracy theory that provokes 'war between realities'?