which countries are at war with the application?

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In the USA…

The administration and several lawmakers are voicing security concerns over the app’s link to China. TikTok is owned by Chinese internet company ByteDance. China’s National Intelligence Law allows the government to access the data of any Chinese company or individual. For their part, TikTok representatives deny accusations that the app is controlled by the Chinese government.The US military has already banned TikTok from government-issued phones. Meanwhile, the US CEO of TikTok posted a message to reassure users.

On August 2, 2020, the Microsoft group announced that it was discussing a plan to buy back the activities of the application in the United States.

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In India…

On June 29, India banned TikTok and 58 other Chinese apps, calling them a threat to India’s security and sovereignty. This ban follows rising tensions between Chinese and Indian troops in the Himalayas, a disputed border area that separates their countries. Before the ban, it was believed that up to a third of TikTok users were based in India.

In Egypt…

Egypt has strict internet controls in place, which allows authorities to monitor social media accounts with more than 5,000 followers. In July 2020, five women were sentenced to two years in prison and fined nearly $ 19,000. Activists call on Egyptian authorities to stop targeting women for their TikTok activity.

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