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Security: TikTok goes down in India, its biggest overseas market

Security: TikTok goes down in India, its biggest overseas market

A growing number of internet service providers in India have started to block their subscribers from accessing TikTok a day after New Delhi banned the popular short-video app and 58 other services in the world’s second-largest internet market over security and privacy concerns. Many users on Airtel, Vodafone and other service providers reported Tuesday afternoon…

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Security: Amazon bans TikTok app on employee phones

Security: Amazon bans TikTok app on employee phones

TikTok itself also pulled out of the Hong Kong market on Monday, citing a new Chinese national security law that would make it impossible to use. Despite TikTok being based in China, the country itself does not have access to the app. The company has even decided to stop employing Chinese moderators and claimed that…

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Security: Ban on Chinese apps surprises India content makers

Security: Ban on Chinese apps surprises India content makers

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe Indian small-town shop owner who became a TikTok starIndia's ban on 59 Chinese apps, including the wildly popular TikTok and WeChat platforms, has left millions of users surprised and disappointed.The government in Delhi said the apps were "prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of…

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Security: Bolton: Trump’s denial of Russian bounty intelligence briefing shows his ‘fundamental focus’ is not on US security

Security: Bolton: Trump’s denial of Russian bounty intelligence briefing shows his ‘fundamental focus’ is not on US security

Washington (CNN)Former White House national security adviser John Bolton said Sunday that President Donald Trump denying in a tweet he was briefed on intelligence that Russians had tried to bribe Taliban fighters to kill US troops shows Trump's "fundamental focus" is not on the United States' national security. "The fact that the President feels compelled…

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