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China Maintains 'Unprecedented Access' to Americans After TikTok 'Ban'

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By    |   Tuesday, 30 April 2024 07:41 AM EDT

Even though the clock is officially ticking on how much time the popular Chinese social media app TikTok may be available in the U.S., tech experts say the divest-or-ban ultimatum may be "too little, too late" when it comes to addressing the privacy and national security concerns that spurred the action.

President Joe Biden last week signed a bill that forces the popular platform to find a new owner or face a ban in what may be the beginning of the end for the video app used by more than 170 million Americans.

Marisa Herman

Marisa Herman, a Newsmax senior reporter, focuses on major and investigative stories. A University of Florida graduate, she has more than a decade of experience as a reporter for newspapers, magazines, and websites.

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The clock is ticking on how much time the Chinese social media app TikTok may be available in the U.S., but experts say the divest-or-ban ultimatum may be "too little, too late" when it comes to addressing the privacy and national security concerns that spurred the action.
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