China’s TikTok Admits Its Staff Can Spy on User Data in Other Countries

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Carr reported asked Apple and Google to remove TikTok from their app stores due to concerns about user privacy.

“Commissioner Carr has no role in the confidential discussions with the U.S. government related to TikTok, and appears to be expressing views independent of his role as an FCC commissioner,” a TikTok spokesperson told Axios in response to the FCC concerns.

“This is not something you would normally hear me say, but Donald Trump was right on TikTok years ago,” Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) told The Sidney Morning Herald last week.

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