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U.S. Congress plans to ban TikTok completely

The U.S. Congress is again planning a complete ban on TikTok.

TikTok under fire from U.S. Congress; Image: voanews

The U.S. Congress is trying again with a complete ban on TikTok. House of Representatives member Michael McCaul is proposing a bill that would ban TikTok completely.


This bill has a good chance of being passed by the Republican-dominated House of Representatives. Whether the Democratic Senate will also be accepting this bill remains to be seen.


Prior to the TikTok CEO testifying in front of Congress, politicians are planning to take action against TikTok, claiming that the security of citizens' data is at risk and could be accessed by the Chinese Communist Party and associated individuals.


If this law is not passed, there is still the possibility of striking a deal with U.S. companies, such as Google and Microsoft, as it was the case in 2020. Another possibility would be the separation of ByteDance (the company that owns TikTok) and TikTok itself.

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