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    For TikTok-ers, reach doesn’t equal moolah

    The government on Monday banned 59 Chinese apps, including the most popular TikTok, citing national security concerns. The move has, however, hit hundreds of content creators on the ByteDance-owned app, some of whom used to earn a few lakh rupees promoting branded content.

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    • Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state, said Monday that the Trump administration was considering blocking some Chinese apps, which he has called a threat to national security.

      India made a total of 302 requests and TikTok complied with 90% of those requests, the report showed. The United States followed India with 100 requests, and TikTok complied with 82% of those requests. “We’re committed to earning the trust of our community every day. We’ll continue to evolve this report to address the feedback we’re hearing from our users, policymakers, and experts,” TikTok said in the report.

      Several PUBG users breathed a sigh of relief that their favourite gaming app was spared.

      ""We are committed to working with the government to address its concerns. We comply with the laws and regulations of the Government of India. Ensuring the data sovereignty, security and privacy of our users has always been and will continue to be a top priority for us." TikTok added.

      Building the next TikTok will require top-notch capability, backed by millions of dollars.

      Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said late on Monday that the United States is "certainly looking at" banning Chinese social media apps, inclu...

      That is because these are among internal apps and proprietary technology products used by top Chinese telecom gear suppliers, Huawei and ZTE, to remotely connect with company colleagues and business partners in China for daily meetings and business reviews.

      Gaana, meanwhile, has launched a new platform — HotShots — which allows users to create and share short videos and stories with its audience base of more than 150 million. Gaana’s chief executive Prashan Agarwal said it is building on the expertise gained from its vertical video feature platform announced last year, to launch HotShots.

      Lasso was launched in 2018 as an answer to TikTok, which has gained popularity globally. However, Lasso failed to gain traction and match TikTok. Facebook is now betting on Instagram Reels. It is also similar to TikTok where a user can record 15 second videos.

      Amid border tensions with China in Eastern Ladakh, the government on Monday banned 59 mobile apps including Tik Tok, UC Browser and other Ch...

      The short form video app owned by China-based ByteDance has made the decision to exit the region following China's establishment of a sweeping new national security law for the semi-autonomous city. "In light of recent events, we've decided to stop operations of the TikTok app in Hong Kong," a TikTok spokesman said.

      TikTok, which is not available in China, is owned by China's ByteDance but has sought to distance itself from its Chinese roots to appeal to a global audience. Along with 58 other Chinese apps, including Tencent Holdings Ltd's WeChat and Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's UC Browser, it was banned in India this week following a border clash with China.

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