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US will ban We Chat and Tik Tok downloads on Sunday 2020

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US will ban We Chat and Tik Tok downloads on Sunday
Struggling with this. Is this not state control just like China, Russia etc that we normally criticise? I am sure it’s electioneering but… US will ban WeChat and TikTok downloads on Sunday – CNN

The Commerce Department plans to restrict access to TikTok and WeChat on Sunday as the Trump administration’s executive orders against the two apps are set to take effect.

JUST IN: The U.S. will ban the downloads of the Chinese apps TikTok and WeChat on Sunday, with a total ban on the use of the latter, citing national security and data privacy concerns.

Careful with this headline, the ban is only of *new downloads* of TikTok, an outright ban will happen on 11/12 unless a deal is made.

I’ve said this before, but a US TikTok ban would be quite bad for Instagram, Facebook, and the internet more broadly.

just in case anyone had any illusions left about us not living in an authoritarian state🙃

US will ban WeChat and TikTok downloads on Sunday – CNN

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! US will ban WeChat and TikTok downloads on Sunday https://cnn.com/2020/09/18/tech/tiktok-download-commerce/index.html That’s our government, focusing on the real problems at hand…

#BREAKING: The US will ban #TikTok and #WeChat downloads on Sunday.

What does that mean for current users? @selinawangtv has the details.

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United States President Donald Trump has signed executive orders halting all transactions with popular Chinese apps TikTok and WeChat, terming them a ‘threat to the national security and to the country’s economy’. The ban comes into effect in 45 days, Trump said in his two separate executive orders signed on August 6. . The order recalled the Indian action on banning the app and stated, “The Government of India recently banned the use of TikTok and other Chinese mobile applications throughout the country. In a statement, India’s Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology asserted that they (the Chinese apps) were ‘stealing and surreptitiously transmitting users’ data in an unauthorized manner to servers which have locations outside India.’ . India was the first country to ban TikTok and WeChat, citing national security concerns. India has banned as many as 106 Chinese apps, a move welcomed by both the Trump administration and the US lawmakers. . . . . ………………….. #news #worldnews #worldnewstonight #breakingnews #worldwidenews #india🇮🇳 #todaynews #indiannews #topnews #india #newshunt #usbantiktok #usa🇺🇸 #usa #banchinesecompany #banchineseapps #bantiktok #tiktok #dolandtrump #usvschina #bytedance

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ไม่จบแค่ TikTok ! สหรัฐพร้อมแบนซอฟต์แวร์จากจีนเพิ่ม อ้างเสี่ยงความมั่นคงฐานเก็บข้อมูลให้รัฐบาลจีน . นายไมค์ ปอมเปโอ รัฐมนตรีต่างประเทศสหรัฐ เปิดเผยในรายการ “Sunday Morning Futures” ทางสถานีโทรทัศน์ฟ็อกซ์นิวส์เมื่อวันอาทิตย์ที่ผ่านมา ตามเวลาสหรัฐว่า สหรัฐจะออกมาตรการแบนบริษัทซอฟต์แวร์ของจีนอีกหลายแห่งที่ถูกมองว่ามีความเสี่ยงต่อความมั่นคงของชาติในเร็วๆนี้พร้อมกับระบุว่า บริษัทซอฟต์แวร์จีนที่ทำธุรกิจอยู่ในสหรัฐ ไม่ว่าจะเป็น TikTok หรือ WeChat และบริษัทอีกหลายแห่งกำลังส่งข้อมูลของสหรัฐให้กับทางการจีนโดยตรง . โดยประธานาธิบดีโดนัลด์ ทรัมป์ของสหรัฐฯ จะลงนามในคำสั่งฝ่ายบริหารห้ามบริษัทซอฟต์แวร์จีนให้บริการ รวมทั้ง ติ๊กต๊อก แอปพลิเคชั่นชื่อดังของจีน ที่ได้รับความนิยมในกลุ่มวัยรุ่นอายุต่ำกว่า 20 ปี ซึ่งแอปพลิชั่นติ๊กต๊อกของไบท์แดนซ์มีผู้ใช้ราว 80 ล้านคนในสหรัฐฯ . นอกจากนี้ บริษัทเทคโนโลยีจีนหลายแห่งที่ทำธุรกิจในสหรัฐฯอาจจะส่งข้อมูลของผู้ใช้ไปให้กับรัฐบาลจีนเช่นกัน เช่น ข้อมูลภาพเพื่อใช้ในการจดจำใบหน้า, ที่อยู่,หมายเลขโทรศัพท์และรายชื่อผู้ติดต่อ นายปอมเปโอ ระบุว่า ประธานาธิบดีทรัมป์ เห็นว่าถึงเวลาแล้วที่สหรัฐฯจะต้องเข้มงวด และแก้ปัญหานี้อย่างจริงจัง . #TikTok #UsbanTiktok #UsChina . 📌 ติดตามข่าวสารเศรษฐกิจและการลงทุน จาก การเงินธนาคารทีวี ได้ที่… ⭐ Facebook : Money & Banking TV 🗓 Blockdit : www.blockdit.com/mbtv 🌎 Website: www.moneyandbankingtv.com 🐦 Twitter : twitter.com/moneynbankingtv 🔔 Youtube : bit.ly/2SIlP6L

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After US President Donald Trump signed an executive order banning US transactions with WeChat’s owner Tencent, over $45 billion was wiped off from the Chinese firm’s market value. Its stock on Friday plunged over 10% in Hong Kong before paring back some of those losses. A White House official told LA Times the order doesn’t affect Tencent-owned video game companies. President Donald Trump on Thursday ordered a sweeping but unspecified ban on dealings with the Chinese owners of consumer apps TikTok and WeChat, although it remains unclear if he has the legal authority to actually ban the apps from the U.S. The twin executive orders – one for each app – take effect in 45 days. They call on the Commerce Secretary to define the banned dealings by that time. While the wording of the orders is vague, some experts said it appears intended to bar the popular apps from the Apple and Google app stores, which could effectively remove them from distribution in the U.S. “This is an unprecedented use of presidential authority,” Eurasia Group analyst Paul Triolo said in an email. At a minimum, he said, the orders appear to “constitute a ban on the ability of U.S. app stores run by Apple and Google to include either mobile app after 45 days.” For more information about other articles related to this, visit our website www.thehackerstalk.com #cybersecurity #ceo #ciso #euinac #attack #ethicalhacking #security #databreach #computersecurity #privacy #informationsecurity #intelligence #cyberattack #hacking #thehackerstalk #cybernews #darkweb #hacking #hacker #webhacking #technology #malaware #covid_19 #databreach #cyberfraud #cybecrime #Darkweb #USbanTikTok #Wechat #DonaldTrump #tiktok #tiktokbannews

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Inka tiktok pani aipoyinatte🤪🤪 . . .#usbantiktok #tiktok #usa #trump2020 #tiktokban

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The U.S. Commerce Department has issued an order that will bar people in the United States from downloading Chinese-owned apps WeChat and TikTok, starting Sunday.  For more than 75 years, CBC News has been the source Canadians turn to, to keep them informed about their communities, their country and their world. Through regional and national programming on multiple platforms, including CBC Television, CBC News Network, CBC Radio, CBCNews.ca, mobile and on-demand, CBC News and its internationally recognized team of award-winning journalists deliver the breaking stories, the issues, the analyses and the personalities that matter to Canadians.

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The commerce department announced Friday morning that it would ban U.S. business transactions with China-owned social apps WeChat and TikTok on Sunday. Henry Blodget, CEO and co-founder of Insider, joins “Squawk Box” to discuss the implications of this decision. Subscribe to CNBC PRO for access to investor and analyst insights on TikTok and more: https://cnb.cx/3dIH56N

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The commerce department announced Friday morning that it would ban U.S. business transactions with China-owned social apps WeChat and TikTok on Sunday. CNBC’s Eamon Javers reports. Subscribe to CNBC PRO for access to investor and analyst insights on TikTok and more: https://cnb.cx/3dIH56N The Commerce Department announced Friday morning that it will ban U.S. business transactions with Chinese-owned social apps WeChat and TikTok on Sunday. The announcement comes ahead of an expected statement Friday by President Donald Trump on whether or not the government will approve a deal for Oracle to take a minority stake in TikTok and become a “trusted technology partner” for the company in the U.S. The White House announced a press conference with Trump will be held at 2:30 p.m. Eastern on Friday. The Commerce Department’s announcements leaves room for a deal to go through before the Sunday deadline, and it could be an aggressive move from the Trump administration to push for its original intention to force TikTok to become fully owned by a U.S. company. “At the President’s direction, we have taken significant action to combat China’s malicious collection of American citizens’ personal data, while promoting our national values, democratic rules-based norms, and aggressive enforcement of U.S. laws and regulations.” Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said in the announcement. The department’s move is an enforcement of Trump’s original executive order from Aug. 6 that gave TikTok 45 days to sell its U.S. business to an American company or face a ban in this country. The end of the 45-day period is Sunday. WeChat, one of the world’s most popular social messaging apps, is owned by the Chinese company Tencent. TikTok’s parent company is Beijing-based ByteDance. Trump’s executive order cited national security concerns over the Chinese government’s access to user data in those apps to justify the potential ban. The Commerce statement said that starting Sunday, U.S. companies will be banned from distributing WeChat and TikTok, meaning the two major mobile app stores run by Apple and Google will have to remove the apps from their libraries. The statement also blocks U.S. companies from providing services through WeChat “for the purpose of transferring funds or processing payments within the U.S.” But the announcement also lays out a separate time frame specific to TikTok, giving it until Nov. 12 to resolve the U.S. national security concerns. The rules that start Nov. 12 include provisions that block U.S. companies from providing internet hosting and services for TikTok. This could be directed at the deal being negotiated between TikTok and Oracle, which would provide cloud services for TikTok if Trump approves, and could give TikTok and Oracle more time to hammer out a deal that will satisfy the president. In an interview with Fox Business on Friday, Ross said the bans will affect TikTok and WeChat differently at first. He said TikTok will still function, but users will not be able to upgrade the app. “It’s not doing the same thing to TikTok as to WeChat,” Ross told Fox. “As to TikTok, it’s just upgrades, maintenance things like that, that would be shut down at this stage. The real shutdown would come after Nov. 12 in the event that there is not another transaction. So it’s very different how the way the two are being handled.” Commerce Department officials who spoke with reporters on the condition of anonymity Friday slightly contradicted Ross’ statements on Fox Business and said neither TikTok nor WeChat will be available to download as of midnight Sunday.