TikTok Given Little Room to Maneuver as Broad Fears of Chinese Surveillance Prevail

Aug 16, 2020
| By Vincent Chow
The case against TikTok is the latest example of growing U.S. scrutiny of the overseas operations of Chinese companies amid worsening relations between the two countries. The U.S. is especially concerned about potential Chinese access to the personal data of U.S. citizens.

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TikTok is shaping up to be yet another casualty in the ongoing U.S.-China conflict.

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