TikTok and WeChat: Trump orders to stop interacting with the two Chinese platforms

Washington-ALSHARQIYA  August 7: US President Donald Trump signed a decree setting a 45-day deadline to stop dealing with "Bitdance", the Chinese parent company of TikTok.
 Trump refers to the "national imperative" about this app intended to publish entertainment videos, and Trump accuses him of spying on his American users for Beijing.
 The US Senate unanimously approved a bill to prevent federal employees from using the TikTok application on government agencies after it was introduced by US Senator Josh Hawley and endorsed by the US House of Representatives last month.


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