A White House document has reportedly clarified that an executive order targeting TikTok could see it removed from app stores and prevented from hosting advertising on its platform.
TikTok's troubles with the U.S. government are likely to become even worse following a report that the app was tracking users and bypassing privacy protections mandated by Google in its policies.
In response to President Trump’s executive order that would effectively ban the app in the United States, the company is taking the fight to court.
TikTok has hit back at President Trump's executive order, saying it is shocked by the move, and that it was issued without any due process.
As things heat up around a potential TikTok ban, it looks like people are looking for ways to avoid it and flocking towards VPNs.
A virtual musical experience unlike any other featuring The Weeknd is coming to your smartphone this weekend.
The Trump administration has dialled up its rhetoric against Chinese-owned apps, saying it will step up its efforts to purge "untrusted" apps from U.S. digital networks.
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