Tiktok begins investigation in this country after the ban in India and America, the threat of ban increases
Tiktok app is not taking the name of the difficulties. France has now begun an investigation against Tiktok after the US President’s 45-day ultimatum. France’s data privacy watchdog CNIL on Tuesday directed to launch an initial investigation against Tiktok after a complaint was received against the Chinese Ond Video Sharing App. In such a situation, after India and America, the risk of Tiktok getting banned in France has increased.
Tiktok accused of harming national security
TikTok’s owner company ByteDance is already under investigation by the United States, the European Union, and the Dutch Authority. ByteDance is accused of threatening national security. According to a CNIL spokesperson, he received a complaint against Tiktok in May. On the investigation of the French authority, Tiktok said that Tiktok is the top priority of the user’s privacy and safety company.
Tiktok begins investigation in this country
We are fully informed about the investigation of CNIL and are fully supportive of them. The same recent US President Trump had called Tiktok a threat to national security and advised Tiktok to sell its US operations by compromising with Microsoft in 45 days. Earlier, when the European Union lawmakers raised concerns about Tiktok’s data collection and security and privacy risk, in June this year, the European Union formed a task force to track Tiktok’s activities. Also in May, the Dut privacy watchdog said that she would find out how Tiktok handles the data of millions of youth.