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The conversation around user data and how it’s collected and shared is louder than ever, and it’s now butting heads with one of the world’s most popular social media platforms.
TikTok, a Chinese-based app allowing users to share short videos of themselves dancing, performing skits, commenting on others’ videos and much more, is under fire from large countries like our own United States government and India, which have expressed a desire to fight or, in some cases, ban usage of Chinese-based applications.
The fear stems from a supposed fear that sensitive American user data is being shared with the Chinese government.
On this Business Casual snippet, hosts Daniel Litwin and Tyler Kern discuss how much data sharing goes on behind the scenes of all our favorite apps, apps that are rising up and ready to fill the void should TikTok be pulled from U.S. users, including some created by industry heavy-hitters, and more.
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