US politicians ramp up pressure on the White House to ban the Chinese social media app entirely
TikTok is trying to find ways for the US government to not ban the app while remaining with its parent company ByteDance
Taiwan's government has opened an investigation into Chinese social media platform TikTok amid suspicion it illegally runs a subsidiary on the island
“I think as an internationally leading search engine, isn’t your first responsibility providing correct information?” Hong Kong's Deputy Chief Secretary for Administration Warner Cheuk Wing-hing said
Chinese state media outlets rank alongside the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Shakira, Coca-Cola and Justin Beiber in Facebook’s top 25 most followed list - raising questions about where its followers are coming from
TikTok is on track to generate close to $10 billion in ad revenue this year, eclipsing the likes of Twitter and Snapchat, NYT said
The social video app giant said staff must have access European user data to ensure the platform is "enjoyable and safe"
Angry homebuyers have resorted to physical protests as well as a threatened boycott of mortgages due to hundreds of unfinished housing projects