ByteDance’s wildly popular short video app has gotten caught up in U.S.-China tensions, with Washington worried that personal data on TikTok’s 100 million U.S. users could fall into Beijing’s hands.
Founder Zhang Yiming’s efforts to defuse rising political pressures fail to gain traction as U.S. moves to follow India in banning the popular video app citing data security concerns
Plaintiffs claimed the popular app illegally recorded facial-scan images of users and disclosed private data to third parties
Caixin has obtained internal records that suggest the company’s revenue and profit grew in last year
If many of its products run on the same tech infrastructure, why does the company behind TikTok need so many new employees?
Wang Yi suggests cooperating on pandemic control, climate change and spurring global economic recovery
China's weeklong Lunar New Year holiday sees mixed fortunes for its economy. A European consumer rights group files a complaint on TikTok
Group accuses the ByteDance-owned app of violating user rights and exposing underage viewers to inappropriate material
Instead of Trump’s scorched-earth tactics, Biden will define which technologies are key to the national interest and take action to protect them
The developments show that the forced sale of TikTok is far down President Joe Biden’s list of priorities
ByteDance and other tech companies could have huge claims against the Indian government for its decision to bar 267 apps from the country
In the world of big tech, antitust regulations became yet another weapon to bludgeon the competition. That's why they had to be changed
Alipay and WeChat Pay are the two fintech companies most likely to feel the heat from new regulations for nonbank financial payment institutions