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Young Juno nominees on why they're moving to the algorithm of TikTok
TORONTO — Passing 10 million TikTok followers was a monumental accomplishment for Johnny Orlando, so he celebrated by plowing his face into a frosted cake. In a goofy clip made for his account, the 18-year-old pop singer from Mississauga, Ont., drew from many ingredients of a successful TikTok moment. The soundtrack layered two of his catchiest songs and the video peaked with a grand finale that was instantly rewatchable: Orlando’s face emerged from the sugary dessert with remnants of "million" stuck to his forehead in red icing. "It’s a bit of a tradition," Orlando said of his faceplant, which has racked up 1.6 million views and counting on TikTok.
The American President Joe Biden announced on Wednesday have revoked and replaced the decrees taken by his predecessor Donald Trump to prohibit the Tiktok platforms, Wechat and eight others Applications.
The US Presidentannounced on Wednesday have revoked and replaced the decrees taken by his predecessor applications. Instead, he asks for a broad investigation of the risks posed by Internet applications held by some foreign powers.
The new decree aims to identify all the "connected software applications that may present an unacceptable risk for the United States' national security and the American people", including "applications held, controlled or managed by people who support activities. Military or intelligence of another country, or are involved in malicious cyberactivities, or involve applications that collect sensitive personal data ". It asks the Department of Commerce and other federal agencies to develop guidelines "to protect sensitive personal data ... including personally identifiable information and genetic information" against abuses.
President Biden Revokes Trump's TikTok Ban
President Joe Biden is set to revoke former President Donald Trump's executive orders banning TikTok and other popular Chinese apps over concerns they're doubling as spy tools for China's communist government, according to multiple reports. The Biden Administration will replace Trump's orders with a new executive order that, according to The Washington Post, "will create a process to scrutinize whether apps controlled by a foreign adversary present risk to U.S. national security and the security of Americans' sensitive personal data." A rep for TikTok did not immediately respond to TheWrap's request for comment.
Risks for National Security
asserted that the applications belonging to Chinese lay risks for the national security of the United States and sought to force the sale of Tiktok to American investors. He accused WECHAT, an ubiquitous platform in the life of the Chinese via his courier, distance payments, and reservations, and Tiktok, an application of shortly popular video for young people, to raise confidential data, before sharing them. with Beijing. These companies have always refuted these espionage charges.
had followed a judicial battle. At the end of December, the Trump administration had appealed a court decision preventing the Ministry of Commerce to impose in Tiktok restrictions, which would have resulted in the prohibition of the social network in the United States. But in February, the Biden administration had asked the Court of Appeal to give it 60 days to study the file and decide on the maintenance or not the request made by the Trump Government.
Before meeting with Putin, biden assures the Europeans of her support .
Video: European leaders spied by the United States: "It's extremely serious," reacts Clement Beaune (Le Figaro) Your Browser does not support this video © Provided by the Point L ES United States Reaffirm their support for the Europe . Before his first peak with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin , the US President Joe Biden promised that his country would be held alongside his European allies against the Russia .