A wrongful discrimination lawsuit filed by an ex-ByteDance employee alleges that the Chinese Communist Party accessed U.S. TikTok user data.
- Montana’s attempt to ban TikTok is facing multiple legal challenges
Ex-ByteDance employee’s lawsuit claims Chinese government accessed U.S. TikTok user data
TikTok’s CEO wants us to believe the app’s U.S. data is secure. A new report suggests otherwise.
TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew gave his first public address since facing Congress. Meanwhile, a new report damns the app's data security.
ByteDance turned a $25 billion profit last year, but the TikTok ban threats keep coming
Montana could become the first U.S. state to ban TikTok, though the app's parent company ByteDance turned a $25 million profit last year.
- TikTok and ByteDance have spent at least $13.4 million on U.S. lobbying since 2019
- As the threat of a TikTok ban lingers, another ByteDance-owned app is trending up
- TikTok is sending influencers to Washington, D.C. to lobby on its behalf
- ByteDance’s CapCut hits 200 million active users
- President Biden now has the authority to ban TikTok. But should he?
- The Chinese version of TikTok is testing a food delivery service
- Will the U.S. ban TikTok? The app’s CEO will plead his case.
- Here are the details on “Project Raven,” ByteDance’s effort to surveil TikTok’s critics
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