The United States of America is all set to ban Chinese video-sharing app TikTok, announced President Donald Trump while speaking to the reporter aboard Air Force One.
The United States of America is good to go to boycott Chinese video-sharing application TikTok, declared President Donald Trump while addressing the columnist on board Air Force One. The US President has apparently said that he is thinking about setting up the boycott as ahead of schedule as Saturday. The US’ purpose behind forbidding TikTok is infringement of client protection and information security standards, much like India’s.
“Undoubtedly we’re prohibiting them from the United States”, the President said. “Indeed, I have that position. I can do it with an official request or that… at the end of the day it’s a severance. It’s a severance”.
Prior reports had developed that tech mammoth Microsoft was in discusses obtaining the US activities of TikTok from Beijing based ByteDance. Trump was reflecting on the chance of “two or three choices” with respect to TikTok, including prohibiting. He likewise said that choices of the video stage were being investigated.
US-China relations have additionally been weakening as of late with a few top US legislators considering China the ‘greatest national security danger’ to the USA.
Indonesia is another nation which had restricted TikTok in 2018.