US President Trump said he’ll ban TikTok in US, It may be on Saturday

US President Donald Trump said on friday, he will soon ban Chinese video app TikTok, it may be on Saturday.

“As far as TikTok is concerned, we’re banning them from the United States,” Trump said.

U.S. lawmakers have raised intelligence and privacy concerns Concerning the company’s ownership. The company has denied allegations that it shares consumer information with the Chinese authorities.

The move comes as Trump has ratcheted up tensions with China Through the coronavirus pandemic and postponed trade discussions between the two nations.

The Provider’s operations at the U.S. are under review by The close Committee on Foreign Investment in the USA.

Trump said he could use emergency economic powers or an Executive order to apply the action, insisting,”I have that ability.”

Trump’s remarks came after Printed reports that the administration is planning to order China’s ByteDance to sell TikTok. There were reports Friday that software giant Microsoft is in discussions to buy the app.

There have been reports of U.S. technology giants and financial firms interested in purchasing or investing in TikTok as the Trump government sets its sights within the app.

U.S. national-security Government-issued mobiles. Month the U.S. was considering banning TikTok.

Also read | Worldwide Huawei overtakes Samsung as top smartphone company.

Many countries are also taking action against TikTok. India also again banned 47 other Chinese apps, and 59 were previously banned. Now total number of banned Chinese app in India crossed 100.

According to report, India government reviewing the some other popular apps, which includes popular mobile game PUBG, and after TikTok bann PUBG mobile is in fear, and make a separate privacy policy for India user, and trying to save him-self from ban.

PUBG claims he saved india user data only in India-server, and Indian users access game only from Indian based server.

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