The Case Against TikTok
The Biden administration seems to be coming around to the idea of banning the app or forcing its parent company to sell it.
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To most of its 150 million American consumers, TikTok is a fun app. To some creators, TikTok is a job and their platform. But to members of the US government, TikTok is a national security risk. As the fight over TikTok’s future comes to Capitol Hill this week, what’s next for the embattled social media platform?
Guest: Emily Baker-White, senior writer, tech reporter at Forbes
Host: Lizzie O’Leary
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Podcast production by Evan Campbell