• FILE: US President Donald Trump, joined by members of the coronavirus task force, speaks during a briefing on the coronavirus pandemic, in the press briefing room of the White House on 25 March 2020 in Washington, DC. Picture: AFP

    Trump says will bar TikTok from US

    US officials and lawmakers in recent weeks have voiced fears of the wildly popular video platform being used by Beijing for nefarious purposes, but the company has denied any links to the Chinese government.

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    TikTok says 'we are not the enemy'

    The comments by TikTok came hours ahead of a hotly anticipated antitrust hearing with the top executives of Facebook and three other Big Tech firms, and amid suggestions the app may be banned due to its connections to China.

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    Is time almost up for TikTok's US users?

    US lawmakers have raised national security concerns over TikTok’s handling of user data, and said they were worried it would be required to share data with the Chinese government.

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    TikTok says it will exit Hong Kong market within days

    The short-form video app owned by China-based ByteDance has made the decision to exit the region following China’s establishment of a sweeping new national security law for the semi-autonomous city.