Instead of banning them outright, the Trump administration should instead enact a sweeping privacy law, which would protect Americans’ data.
The Trump administration’s recently announced bans on Chinese-owned social media platforms TikTok and WeChat could have unintended consequences. The orders bar the apps from doing business in the U.S. or with U.S. persons or businesses after September 20 and require divestiture of TikTok by November 12.
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