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The White House said the United States is considering banning TikTok and other Chinese apps

The White House said the United States is considering banning TikTok and other Chinese apps

The White House said the United States is considering banning TikTok and other Chinese apps

siswaku.com The United States is considering banning TikTok and other Chinese social media applications. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Fox News that the White House is "studying" this possibility.

Pompeo said that the United States has taken action to protect its telecommunications infrastructure and hopes to make the right decision on smartphones...

CNBC  reports. Tiktok getting banned

Washington has always opposed Chinese technology companies. Especially Huawei has been in the crosshairs. The United States insists that Beijing may use Huawei equipment for espionage and that user data may be compromised. Huawei has repeatedly denied these allegations.
However, TikTok, which is owned by Beijing-based ByteDance, also began to attract attention last year. Washington has been worried that the platform will review the content, and Beijing may access its data […]
In an interview with Fox News, Pompeo said whether the United States should consider banning TikTok and other Chinese social media applications, he said: "We take this very seriously. We are definitely studying it."
He said: "We have been working on this issue for a long time." "Whether it is the issue of using Huawei technology in your infrastructure, we have already spread all over the world, and we are getting substantial in achieving this goal. Sexual progress. We announced that ZTE is a threat to US national security." Pompeo pointed out that both Chinese telecommunications network companies said.
"About the Chinese application on people's mobile phones, the United States will also do this correctly."
The White House said the United States is considering banning TikTok and other Chinese apps

TikTok insists that US user data is stored in the US, backed up in Singapore, and has never provided data to the Chinese government. However, the wording may be critical in this case , and China is likely to access the data without TikTok “providing” the data. The company also offers a on its user is reading the contents of the clipboard some convincing explanation information.

Pompeo was outspoken in his comments.

When asked by Fox News whether Americans should download social media applications, Pompeo said: "Only you want to give your personal information to the Communist Party of China."

However, due to the implementation of the National Security Law in Hong Kong , TikTok decided to withdraw from Hong Kong and thus earned a certain reputation.

In the US, TikTok is as popular as YouTube , so the US ban will deal a big blow to the company.

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