Tech & Science "I have this power": Trump wants to ban Chinese video platform TikTok

11:16  01 august  2020
11:16  01 august  2020 Source:   ksta.de

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 security concerns: US investors should plan Tiktok takeover © BigTunaOnline / Shutterstock Ban in the USA: Tiktok threatens Huawei's fate. To prevent Tiktok from becoming a second Huawei, the Chinese company Bytedance should consider selling the popular app to US investors. Meanwhile, the United States is increasing the pressure on Tiktok. The US government accuses Tiktok mother Bytedance and other tech companies from China of questionable handling of their users' personal data.

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Der US-Präsident Trump kündigte ein Verbot der Videoplattform TikTok in seinem Land an. © picture alliance / dpa The US President Trump announced a ban on the video platform TikTok in his country.

US President Donald Trump wants to ban the international video platform TikTok in his country. "As far as TikTok is concerned, we are banishing her from the United States," Trump said on Friday evening (local time) journalists who were traveling in his government aircraft Air Force One.

"Well, I have this power. I can do it with a presidential decree or with it (an economic emergency authorization), ”he said. He plans to take action against the video platform this Saturday.

TikTok is the international video platform of the Chinese company ByteDance, which operates the censored version Douyin in China. The popular TikTok has long been experiencing political headwind in the United States due to security concerns and control by the Chinese authorities. The platform has already been banned in India. Because of suspicion abroad, the company has been trying to separate its international platform from the Chinese version for some time.

Trump goes to war with Tiktok: why?

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Microsoft interested in TikTok

Trump also made it clear, according to the journalists traveling with him, that he was not in favor of a deal in which a US company buys the American operation of TikTok. According to circles, it was announced on Friday that the US software giant Microsoft was interested in TikTok. The company is negotiating the purchase of the US business, the Boomberg news agency reported, citing persons familiar with the matter.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had not previously ruled out Tiktok's ban in the United States. According to him, private information could get into the hands of the Chinese Communist Party. (dpa)

After TikTok, the Trump administration could attack other Chinese apps .
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo wants to "clean up" US app stores. In his sights, WeChat or even cloud service providers. © Brendan Smialowski / AFP The head of the American diplomacy Mike Pompeo. "Clean Network" is the evocative name of the program that US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, in charge of Foreign Affairs, wants to launch. The official goal is to get rid of Chinese apps from US app stores as they would pose a problem for US national security.

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