UK Government to Ban TikTok on Official Devices over Security Concerns

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The UK government has announced plans to ban Chinese-owned social media app TikTok on devices used by government ministers and civil servants, citing security concerns. The decision follows pressure from senior MPs and similar actions taken by the US, Canada, and Belgium. TikTok has denied allegations of sharing users’ data with the Chinese government but has faced criticism over the country’s intelligence laws that require firms to assist the Communist Party. The ban has been described by TikTok as “misplaced fears” driven by geopolitics.

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