TikTok creators react to possible US ban, financial impact | USA TODAY

U.S. officials. worried the Chinese-owned TikTok is spying on Americans and spreading misinformation, are considering banning the app.

RELATED: Here's why TikTok will be banned on government-issued devices

TikTok is owned by the Chinese company ByteDance. Scrutiny over TikTok’s relationship with Beijing put the company in the crosshairs during the Trump administration and the Biden administration.

Now, some lawmakers in the U.S., including the Biden administration, are demanding that the app be sold or banned.

TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew is set to testify before the House Energy and Commerce Committee on Thursday, his first appearance before a Congressional committee

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    1. ​@Popsicle Ice it has ties to the chinese government & its Military. Its spyware bud. You havent been taking this seriously & need to be informed about the information surrounding tiktok. Just because its a popular app doesnt mean its safe.

    1. @Nesia187 I’m sorry I have learned that Singapore is a country on its own while I thought it was a city in China I’m a bigot and learned my lesson and will be more PC going further🫶🏿

  1. why don’t they just move to another country that supports TikTok….expats relocate all the time 🤣

  2. I like that self-confidence that spy has. Give her a medal. A red colored one, make that certain.

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