Forbes has obtained a copy of the proposed agreement that would put TikTok's U.S. operations under the jurisdiction of CFIUS.
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A leaked draft of TikTok’s U.S. government agreement shows unprecedented federal oversight
Around the World: TikTok users in Europe get more choices, but the app is banned in Senegal
TikTok and X are dealing with fallout from European Union regulations, Senegal is banning TikTok, and video app Josh is struggling in India.
The U.S. Senate proposed the Restrict Act as a TikTok ban, but the bill may see some changes
Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) is behind a plan to amend the Restrict Act, which served as the Senate's first attempt to ban TikTok
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- TikTok admits to storing data of U.S. Creator Fund recipients on Chinese servers
- Can the U.S. government regulate TikTok without banning it? The Senate is giving it a try.
- Ex-ByteDance employee’s lawsuit claims Chinese government accessed U.S. TikTok user data
- Is the threat of a TikTok ban slowing down the U.S. rollout of the app’s ecommerce hub?
- The Clapper app is a place where “the parents of TikTok users can express themselves”
- TikTok’s CEO wants us to believe the app’s U.S. data is secure. A new report suggests otherwise.
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