South Dakota Bans TikTok From State-Owned Devices Over Security – Bloomberg

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TikTok is now banned on government employee devices in South Dakota because the governor believes the social media app’s ownership by a Chinese company poses a national security threat.
The state’s employees and contractors are no longer allowed to download the app or access TikTok via the web, according to an executive order signed Tuesday by South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem.


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