TikTok came close to being banned in the US in the final stages of Donald Trump presidency, but apparently, the app owned by Chinese company ByteDance still cannot find peace. Business Insider reports that Republican Senator Marco Rubio has appealed to President Joe Biden to
Financial Times has reported that the Chinese company ByteDance, owner of the microvideos application TikTok, has regained interest in debuting on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, something that could occur early next year, despite pressure from regulators of the Asian giant on listed technology companies.
England’s former commissioner for child protection, Anne Longfield, is legally accusing TikTok of having “excessive” practices in collecting personal data from children. TikTok is “data collection service disguised as a social network” (Image: Neil Patel) “TikTok is a hugely popular social media platform that has
Last year, ByteDance, the world’s most valuable startup, was under pressure from all sides. Donald Trump’s government wanted the Chinese company, which owns the video sharing platform TikTok, to sell assets. The Chinese government increased vigilance over technology companies, and India has blocked some of
The exchange of Donald Trump for Joe Biden in the presidency of the United States slowed down the conversations between ByteDance, owner of TikTok, and Walmart and Oracle, which was interested in buying the app threatened to be banned from the country by the former