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Amazon warn workers to delete TikTok over security risk

Retail giant Amazon has instructed employees to delete the TikTok app from devices that use Amazon email, before backtracking on that decision within hours. Tik Tok is a very popular short video app. But, it's owned by a Chinese company that's come under scrutiny for how it handles user data. The US government says it's now considering banning the app. Yasmine El-Sabawi explains. Hagia Sophia converted back into a mosque 👉 http://trt.world/AyaSofya Coronavirus Pandemic (latest updates) 👉http://trt.world/1368 Black Lives Matter Protests 👉 http://trt.world/1367 Profilers / Explainers 👉 http://trt.world/136b #Amazon #TikTok #China

US set to ban TikTok and WeChat from app stores

US set to ban TikTok and WeChat from app stores

US to ban TikTok video app

US to ban TikTok video app

The end of TikTok in the US?

The end of TikTok in the US?

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India's TikTok stars feel the heat after the ban

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Researchers: China's Olympics mobile app marred by security flaws

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