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It should be noted that we do not host videos, thumbs of videos, photos on our servers. All videos hosted only on tiktok servers since it owns the copyright for these videos. At the moment tiktok allows you to post video on third-party sites thanks to which our service exists ( https://developers.tiktok.com/doc/Embed ).
If you don't want so that your account or videos is available oved on our or different sites then just make the video private in application. More about that make private your account or make private videos then read it https://www.internetmatters.org/parental-controls/social-media/tiktok-privacy-and-safety-settings/