- "TikTok has never shared, or received a request to share, U.S. user data with the Chinese government. Nor would TikTok honor such a request if one were ever made," CEO Shou Zi Chew will testify on Thursday.
- He added that TikTok's parent company ByteDance is not owned or controlled by any government or state entity.
- Almost three years after TikTok’s largest market India banned the app, troves of personal data of Indian citizens who once used TikTok remain widely accessible to employees at the company.
- Forbes has learned, almost anyone at the companies (TikTok and ByteDance) with basic access to their tools can retrieve and analyze granular data about past TikTok users in India.
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- Italy's antitrust authority said on Tuesday it had opened an investigation into the Chinese-owned app TikTok as it allegedly breaches its rules by allowing the publication of "dangerous content" inciting suicide, self-harm and poor nutrition.
- TikTok, owned by Chinese company ByteDance, denied wrongdoing and said it would cooperate with the investigation.
- Previously, TikTok’s rules on deepfakes were restricted to a single line banning content that could “mislead users by distorting the truth of events [or] cause significant harm to the subject of the video.”
- Now, the company says all realistic AI-generated and edited content must be “clearly disclosed” as such, either in the video caption or as an overlaid sticker.
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- Just for clarity's sake: It's not totally clear if, or when, Trump will be indicted and, in turn, arrested.
- The former president has claimed, time and again, that he's going to be arrested on Tuesday, without providing evidence as to why he believes that.
- After first making the claim on Saturday, the former president basically called for mass protest in a manner shockingly similar to the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection.
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