To create a secure environment for its other users, TikTok implements a tougher regulation on its users’ accounts. The platform often suspends a user temporarily for breaking a community rule, and when the violation is done again, the user is permanently banned. Before TikTok releases your account for a brief suspension, though, it takes some time.
Depending on the violation committed, TikTok’s temporary ban might last anywhere between 24 and 72 hours and up to seven days. Although you won’t be able to go live due to the suspension, you may still publish videos and use other app functions. When your account is permanently banned, you can no longer access it and your followers, comments, and likes are changed to other characters.
These notes were taken from the TOS and other peoples experiences that we have noted in our research.