China said that it would “strongly oppose” a forced sale of TikTok from its parent ByteDance, as the app faced intense scrutiny and a potential ban in U.S.
Chew emphasized the large scale of TikTok users, small and medium-sized businesses and its own employees based in the U.S. that rely on the company.
If TikTok is banned in the U.S., connecting to the app likely won’t be as easy as using a virtual private network.
To fight TikTok and Chinese influence in the U.S., venture investors have teamed up with U.S. lawmakers to form a new working group.
Shares in U.S. social media firms Snap and Meta jumped after a report indicated that the Biden Administration could ban TikTok.
A viral TikTok video showed how AI chatbots can be used to send email pitches. Microsoft and Salesforce announced new products with that exact feature.
Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., is set to introduce the legislation with Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., at a news conference Tuesday afternoon.
Democratic Sen. Mark Warner and Republican John Thune will unveil a highly anticipated bill to give the president broad power to address threats from TikTok.
Sen. Mark Warner said he is launching a broad bipartisan bill that will outline an approach to banning or prohibiting foreign technology like TikTok.
A bill to revise protections that have shielded TikTok from U.S. sanctions is expected to pass a key House committee on Tuesday.
The letter is a signal of heightened pressure on the panel as TikTok has so far been able to continue its operations in the U.S.
The concerns stem from TikTok’s ownership by China-based ByteDance, since China’s national security laws can compel firms based there to hand over information.
Shou Zi Chew will testify before the House Energy and Commerce Committee on March 23 about the app’s security and privacy practices.
Workers are using TikTok to get job-search tips, connect with recruiters and, most importantly, vent.
Josiah Vargas says he was picking up his Sausage McMuffin sandwich when he realized that the employee at the window had given him more than he ordered.
Congress passed a large spending package that includes a bill banning TikTok from being used on government devices and new filing fees for mergers.