US President Donald Trump vowed to ban the Weibo social network TikTok, which allows users to upload short videos.
Some Internet security experts expressed concerns about the insufficient security of service data owned by China. And can be used to collect the personal information of its 800 million users worldwide.
The president may have more personal reasons to dislike fast-growing social networks.
The hoax spam organized by K-Pop fans was organized through TikTok to organize Trump’s re-election registration system in Tulsa. American comedian Sarah Cooper (Sarah Cooper) played the presidential press release The 15-second simultaneous oral video recording at the meeting attracted many audiences.
According to reasoning, the president has Declare war on TikTok. He told reporters on Air Force One on Friday: "As far as TikTok is concerned, we are banning its use in the United States."
The service is already available in Australia and India-In the Himalayas, TikTok and 58 other Chinese apps were cut off after the border conflict between Indian and Chinese troops became more and more violent.
There has been an endless war along the border between India and China.
TikTok itself is not available in China, but is resolving reports that the app may be sending data back to China. TikTok's parent company Bytedance said it did not comment on "rumors or speculation."
According to reports, the US side of the business is Microsoft's acquisition target, but any such move may be blocked by the US ban. A TikTok spokesperson told US media that the company is "full of confidence in TikTok's long-term success in the United States."
Out of concerns that the platform may be used for promotional purposes, the company’s CEO Kevin Mayer said: “We are not politicians, we do not accept political advertisements, and we have no agenda-our only goal is to maintain a full Energetic and energetic platform for everyone to enjoy."
Source Daily Star-World News