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TikTok says it is stopping app operation in Hong Kong

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China as usual requiring private companies to inform on customers. They just can't let people live there lives.

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Smokescreening again from a patently Communist Chinese company trying to pose American. Classic move that always works on the West apparently. When will they ever learn?

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Shock reason why you need to delete TikTok immediately

https://www.news.com.au/technology/online/social/shock-reason-why-you-need-to-delete-tiktok-immediately/news-story/1f877f00aaf1e296fdcb89960a9fe59c

Chinese companies directed by the government to specifically designed social media apps to target various foreign countries. Specifically designed for intelligence gathering and influence the users while the company makes money.

The same is true with the smartphone companies like Huawei that was recently running an influence campaign on British MPs on behalf of the Chinese government.

Notice how every time a country decides to reduce their dependence on certain Chinese tech companies that the Chinese government initially speaks on the companies behalf in the response.

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That's because China already has enough spy cameras in Hong Kong. Their spy app is not needed anymore.

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Pompeo says U.S. looking at banning Chinese social media apps, including TikTok

https://www.yahoo.com/news/pompeo-says-u-looking-banning-034002954.html

Even a broken clock is right twice a day!

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Lol, y'know China done messed up when even a Chinese company is keeping out

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