The company says the administration has ignored its various attempts to show it’s not a national security threat.
If someone obtained the data, it could be used to spam and phish people.
The practice ended in November, but the news still comes at the worst possible time.
Update: Trump’s orders could lead to the death of TikTok on US app stores, while also prohibiting advertising on the app.
Update: It looks like Twitter has entered the fray as another interested party.
The House has voted to ban the social network on federal devices.
TikTok could be banned in the US according to statements made by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
TikTok parent company ByteDance Ltd. is expecting to lose an absurd amount of money as a result of being banned in India.
TikTok has also responded to its India ban and stands by its security practices.
They swapped videos published by TikTok users with videos containing false COVID-19 information.