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TikTok accused in California lawsuit of sending user data to China

Reuters Tuesday, 3 December 2019
A California college student has accused popular video-sharing app TikTok in a class-action lawsuit of transferring private user data to servers in China, despite the company's assurances that it does not store personal data there.
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News video: TikTok Sued For Exposing Data From Underage Users

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TikTok is being sued over allegations of collecting and exposing the identifiable data of children under 13. According to Gizmodo, doing this is in violation of child privacy protection laws. The complaint alleges the app failed to create adequate safeguards to prevent minors from using it....

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