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Tech & Science Trump announces ban on TikTok video platform in the US

07:15  01 august  2020
07:15  01 august  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

"TikTok Grandma", rookie of choice for the team of Joe Biden

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US President Donald Trump said on Friday that he would ban the popular social media app TikTok , hours "As far as TikTok is concerned, we 're banning them from the United States ," Trump The Trump administration earlier this week put TikTok — a video editing and sharing app popular with

Pompeo: US 'looking at' banning TikTok . Replay. TikTok — which is owned by Beijing-based startup ByteDance — has been repeatedly criticized by US The app has exploded in popularity in the United States and other western countries, becoming the first Chinese social media platform to gain

US-Präsident Donald Trump hat angekündigt, die beliebte Videoplattform TikTok in den USA zu verbieten. © Martin BUREAU US President Donald Trump has announced that the popular TikTok video platform will be banned in the U.S. "As far as TikTok is concerned, we are banishing her from the United States," Trump told Reporters in the Air Force One presidential plane on Friday.

US President Donald Trump has announced that the popular video platform TikTok will be banned in the United States. "As far as TikTok is concerned, we are banishing her from the United States," Trump told Reporters in the Air Force One presidential plane on Friday. The US authorities had previously expressed concerns that the online network of the China-based company ByteDance is passing user data on to the Chinese government.

Donald Trump is considering banning TikTok

 Donald Trump is considering banning TikTok © Wikimedia Donald Trump is considering banning TikTok TikTok could be banned in the United States. Donald Trump says the option is under consideration. US President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that he was studying the possibility of banning the Chinese application TikTok, in the context of strong tensions between Washington and Beijing. "This is something we are studying," said Trump in an interview with host Greta Van Susteren.

Pompeo: US 'looking at' banning TikTok . In a video with text on screen saying "Me trying to convince Trump to let us keep TikTok ," a creator builds a brick wall and If TikTok were to disappear in the US , Ousley said he hopes that his supporters would follow him to other social platforms .

President Trump takes a question on the South Lawn about potential plans to ban TikTok . The 'Power Lunch' team discusses his comments. video . You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience.

In the United States, TikTok was last reviewed by the Committee on Foreign Investment (CFIUS). So far, the company has repeatedly denied all allegations regarding the transfer of user data.

Trump had previously indicated that he would look at the online service and may ban it. "Maybe we will do other things," the President said. There are many options.

TikTok is particularly popular with young people and has almost a billion users worldwide. The video platform was created in 2017 by merging with the Sing Along app Musical.ly, which was successful with a lip synchronization function for self-made videos.

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Trump bans transactions with ByteDance and Tencent, TikTok says "shocked" .
This is a significant escalation in the showdown with Beijing as the US seeks to curb China's power in global technology. Donald Trump issued two decrees on Thursday banning American companies from any transaction with Chinese groups ByteDance, owner of the TikTok video app, but also Tencent, which owns the WeChat messaging app. This ban will come into effect in 45 days and falls after Donald Trump has given TikTok until mid-September to sell its American activities to Microsoft.

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