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WOW! The Truth About TikTok Is Shocking



You might think TikTok is just a place for harmless dance videos and teens who wear too much makeup but it seems there’s much, much more to the popular app.

According to a former employee of the company that controls TikTok, members of the CCP can allegedly access the private information of anyone using the application. They can even “switch between Chinese and American data” with “nothing more than the click of a button.”


But that’s not all.

Apparently, workers use some fancy proprietary software tools created in China that allow engineers to “insert software backdoors” and reduce foreign scrutiny.

So, what does this mean? It means it was pretty much DESIGNED to access American data. All the other features are just extra, distracting fluff from the real mission of the application.

Sen. Josh Hawley is not happy about this and wrote a letter to Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen to express his concerns. He also cited a report from Forbes that said ByteDance, the Chinese tech company that owns TikTok, planned to track the location of specific American citizens. Um, can someone say “creepy much?”

While TikTok has repeatedly claimed that members of the CCP cannot access American user data, it seems like these privacy allegations are getting more and more credible.

The effort to rein in this absolute catastrophe in the making is becoming a rare show of bipartisanship in Congress. Senators Richard Blumenthal and Jerry Moran even urged Yellen to force ByteDance to jettison operations for TikTok within the United States. And the RESTRICT Act was just unveiled by Senators Mark Warner and John Thune to grant the Commerce Department authority to review information communications and technology transactions that pose undue risk to American economic and national security.

White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said he fully supports the measure, calling it a systematic framework for addressing technology-based threats to the security and safety of Americans.

Now here’s what we all really want to know: what is China actually doing with all of this data they’re collecting?

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