TikTok and WeChat will be banned in US also from Sunday, Trump administration announced

TikTok and WeChat will be banned in US also from Sunday, Trump administration announced
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TikTok and WeChat will be banned in US also from Sunday, Trump administration announced. After the ban on Chinese video sharing app TikTok and Messenger WeChat in India, the United States has also announced a ban on the use of both these applications from Sunday. Donald Trump administration has announced a ban on Tiktok and WeChat in the US from Sunday. According to the report, apart from TikTok, WeChat also cannot be downloaded in the US from Sunday. TikTok has around 100 million users (100 million users in the United States) in the US.

Earlier TikTok was banned by the Modi government in India. In this way, after India, now America has also given a big blow to China. To stop these apps, there was a discussion in the US for the last several weeks, after which now both apps will be completely banned from Sunday. Tiktok is a popular app due to the short popular videos that people feel connected to like family. The US Commerce Department has issued an order on Friday, according to which both Chinese apps will not be downloaded in the US from Sunday, September 20.

Recently, in the directive issued by the President, it was said that a large number of information is being taken from users from these apps and these risks are real. This data can possibly be accessed by the Chinese Communist Party. The action was preceded by a news story in which Trump said he had held talks with Walmart and Oracle representatives to decide on TikTok. TikTok is currently owned by Beijing-based ByteDance.