TikTok Confident It Can Keep Operating in US, Resolve Security Concerns – Bloomberg

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TikTok Chief Executive Officer Shou Zi Chew said he is confident the social media app will reach a resolution with US authorities that will allow it to continue operating in the country.
The US government’s national security concerns — around the Chinese government accessing US data — are a “solvable problem,” he said on stage at the New York Times Dealbook conference in New York on Wednesday.


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