US Senate votes to outlaw the TikTok app on phones used by the government.
The United States Senate has voted to outlaw the TikTok app on phones used by the government. This comes after months of concerns about the app’s data collection and security practices.
TikTok has been under fire for months now, with many concerned about the app’s data collection and security practices. The app is owned by Chinese company ByteDance, and there have been concerns that the Chinese government could use TikTok to collect data on American citizens.
The Senate’s vote means that the TikTok app will no longer be allowed on government-issued phones. This is a major blow to the app, which has been growing in popularity in recent years. It’s unclear how this will affect TikTok’s user base in the United States, but it is sure to have an impact.
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