TikTok Under Fire: CEO Testifies on User Data, Youth Safety, National Security
By Tech Tudum
TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew to appear before U.S. Energy and Commerce Committee
Lawmakers aim to scrutinize the Chinese-owned video-sharing app over national security concerns
Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers claims TikTok knowingly allowed access to American user data by Chinese Communist Party
House Foreign Affairs Committee to hold vote next month on bill blocking TikTok's use in the U.S.
Republican lawmakers demand more information from TikTok on impact on young people and potential harmful content, sexual exploitation
TikTok focuses on the safety of younger users and limits features by age
TikTok responds to calls for total bans as a piecemeal approach to national security and data security, privacy, and online harms.
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