TikTok will soon be banned in the United States
In an interview with American Secretary of State Mike Pompeo at Fox News, the words exchanged indicate that TikTok will be banned soon in the United States. TikTok, in the United States, Donald Trump does not have the same love for the platform acclaimed by young people. Less than 24 hours after it went online, the President of the French Republic can claim to have received nearly a million likes and almost 7 million views on his video as well as half a million subscribers to his count!
In the United States, TikTok uses youth who participated in the failure of a Donald Trump rally. While nearly a million people had asked for a ticket to participate in this public conference, in reality, the room rented was only slightly filled with a gauge estimated at 6,000 people present. It is indeed thanks to TikTok that the young people gave themselves the word to make the American president angry with this hoax.
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Arguing for security and confidentiality reasons for using a Chinese application, the administration would consider banning TikTok from its territory.
“US government officials have expressed concern about the amount of data TikTok collects compared to other platforms,” reported the Consequence of Sound website.
There are risks ” of delivering private information to the Chinese Communist Party. ” Stated Pompeo, Secretary of State Fox News.
Famous challenge platform, ultra consumed by the world’s youth, TikTok is also a huge springboard for musical artists who can see their number of plays on platforms like Spotify or Deezer explode thanks to a challenge that would go on-trend.
“In recent months, TikTok has become fertile ground for the discovery of music, with artists such as Lil Nas X, Ashnikko and Benee who owe their initial fame to the platform,” says Consequence of Sound.