TikTok becomes focus of US-China geopolitical war

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US President Donald Trump has called the app a national security risk, claiming that TikTok and its Chinese parent ByteDance could access user data and deliver it to Chinese intelligence services. Trump's executive order would prohibit new downloads of TikTok from Sunday night and would ban usage from November 12 unless a deal to...
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