Microsoft deal to buy TikTok under scrutiny due to close ties with Beijing

A deal which would allow TikTok to avoid a ban by the US may be in jeopardy due to concerns over Microsoft’s being too close to the Chinese government.

James Anthony

BREAKING: Trump tells journalists on Air Force One he's banning TikTok

Speaking to journalists on Air Force One this evening, US President Donald Trump is reported to have announced that his administration will be banning popular social media app TikTok.

Libby Emmons

CEO of China-owned TikTok charges Zuckerberg with attacks 'disguised as patriotism'

Zuckerberg is expended to defend Facebook as essential in winning a virtual, digital arms race against communist China at an antitrust hearing before Congress today.

Collin Jones

Fugitive taunts cops with viral dance video on TikTok, gets immediately arrested

A man wanted for dealing cocaine and using a communication facility during the commission of a felony who made viral videos challenging the police has been brought under custody.

James Anthony

WATCH: Ontario teen buys booze from LCBO dressed as a senior citizen

An 18-year-old Sault Ste. Marie girl dressed up as an elderly woman in order to buy alcohol as part of a social media challenge.

Sam Edwards

Amazon makes employees delete TikTok app for security reasons

The company notified its employees over email that they must delete the app from devices that “access Amazon email”, due to “security risks.”

Sam Edwards

US considers banning TikTok app over security threat

The TikTok app which has taken the world by storm may be getting banned in the U.S. as their government fears there is a potential security threat.

Quinn Patrick

AOC praises TikTok teens who interfered with Trump presidential campaign

A significant number of teens used communist China-owned social media platform TikTok to fake ticket reservations for President Donald Trump's campaign rally in Tulsa, drawing support from blue-checked Twitter.

Collin Jones

MPs are using dangerous China-owned apps to reach out to Canadians

In 2017, the Chinese government put into place a law forcing all Chinese companies to give user data, upon request.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

China-owned TikTok poses a threat to us all

It’s time for a hard reality check: TikTok is a national security risk, and it must be treated as such.

Kyle Kashuv