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Taiwan has banned the use of TikTok on phones allocated by public institutions and in government offices.
China-based social media platform TikTok, which has recently come to the fore with privacy issues, continues to increase the number of users day by day.
New ban news is coming for TikTok, the social media platform that has been very common recently, especially among young people.
TikTok banned from Taiwan
According to AA’s report, Taiwan has banned the use of TikTok on phones allocated by public institutions and in government offices.
It was announced that the measure was taken within the scope of the ban on all software developed in mainland China with the amendment made in the regulation in October.
It was also banned in some states of the USA.
In the USA, the states of Texas, Maryland, South Carolina, and South Dakota have banned the use of TikTok on phones and government offices allocated by the state government, on the grounds of a cyber security threat.
TikTok, which has 85 million users in the US, is in talks with the US government over data security concerns.