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Chinese state media: US rogue against TikTok

TikTok is Banned in the USA

The Chinese media reacted to the threat of US President Donald Trump’s “We either buy or ban US companies” of TikTok’s Chinese owner. Chinese state-run media outlets described the US administration’s policy as “rogue”, “theft” and “how many cups” and wrote that retaliation may come from China. The US administration sees TikTok as spyware and argues that citizens transmit a lot of personal data directly to the Chinese government, including information found on their mobile phones.

The Chinese government media reacted harshly to the threat of “sell US operations, or we will ban”, directed by the US video performance application TikTok. China Daily, one of the official publications of China, used the term “rogue state” by claiming that the USA is trying to take over Tiktok with the tactic of “cap”.

Describing TikTok’s potential sales to Microsoft as “theft”, the newspaper claimed that China could respond to this step.

TRUMP EXPIRED 45 DAYS

US technology giant Microsoft announced that TikTok, a video performance application owned by China-based company ByteDance, could purchase US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand operations, while US President Donald Trump gave 45 days for sales.

Hu Xijin, Editor-in-Chief of Global Times, another official publication in China, said in his message on his Twitter account, “This is a clear robbery. The world and God are watching, President Trump is turning America into a rogue state. ”

Number of Tiktok Users in the USA

TikTok, which has 80 million monthly active users in the USA, has been the target of both Congress and administration for a while. TikTok, accused of transferring US data to the Chinese state, denied the allegations.

Global Times used the headline “Banning TikTok shows Washington’s cowardice”.

The newspaper suggested that the Chinese companies’ prominence in the technology race brought a sense of crisis to the US elite and therefore they took action against companies such as Huawei and TikTok.

The US administration sees TikTok as spyware and argues that citizens transmit a lot of personal data directly to the Chinese government, including information found on their mobile phones.

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