The Indian government has banned TikTok and now the US is looking to ban this popular lip-sync video app. Everyone is struggling with the question should they delete TikTok? Or they should keep using TikTok without taking care of risk factors.
Because of privacy concerns, TikTok is the hot potato of current debates and On July 7, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the U.S. was considering banning TikTok. He added that the popular video making giant is offering your sensitive private data to the Chinese Communist Party. Moreover, on July 10, the Democratic National Committee warned its staff to use TikTok and on the same day, Amazon also restricts its employees to use TikTok on their work phones.
TikTok has been downloaded over 2 Billion times and advising all of them for deleting it isn’t easy. You would be amazed to know that Millions of American teens and youngsters are relying on TikTok to make connections. In a nutshell, TikTok has become the most loved app of teens and young minds.
But one thing that is bothering everyone is how TikTok leaking their private information. To get the answerer to all your queries let’s check out the important FAQs.
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