Thursday, June 20, 2024

Tag: Tiktok

In the 2024 presidential election, TikTok, a Chinese-owned app, is poised to play a crucial role in engaging voters, especially younger demographics. Both President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump have embraced the platform despite previous...
According to a recently published report in Politico, French Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin and other officials blame the deadly New Caledonia uprising on TikTok, Russia, and Azerbaijan. Further disturbing...
According to USA Today, migrant-smuggling "influencers" are using TikTok to advertise their services, leveraging popular hashtags such as "sueño americano" ("American dream"). Migrant smugglers -- known as "coyotes" -- are advertising their illegal transportation...
Forbes has learned that the financial information and social security numbers of TikTok creators have been stored in China without their knowledge. Over the past several years, thousands of TikTok creators and businesses around the...
Due to viral videos posted on TikTok and other social media platforms, teaching people how to start cars with USB cables and exploit a security vulnerability in some models, several Kia and Hyundai cars were stolen.
TikTok is the CCP's cyber campaign to destroy America, a silent killer in the form of digital fentanyl, and the CCP is seizing troves of information daily through TikTok. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP)...
TikTok's Chinese parent company, ByteDance, has launched a new social media site called Lemon8, amid federal and state efforts to ban or restrict TikTok in the country over national security concerns. In the days...
The ban of TikTok from government devices is meant to guard against the possibility that Chinese Communist Party members or officials could gain access to the personal data of U.S. officials.
TikTok is deciding who wins and who loses: creators and businesses may lose a space on someone's For You page to someone with a closer relationship with the corporation. This is how TikTok decides what goes viral.
According to Forbes' initial report from October, ByteDance has admitted that it used TikTok to track the physical locations of journalists using their IP addresses. This is how TikTok spied on Forbes journalists.