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欲加之罪何患无词,公器私用,公报私仇
[版面:军事天地][首篇作者:WCNMLGB] , 2020年08月01日02:18:29 ,645次阅读,0次回复
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标  题: 欲加之罪何患无词,公器私用,公报私仇
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Trump says he's banning TikTok in the U.S.
President Donald Trump said on Friday night that he would ban TikTok.
“As far as TikTok is concerned we’re banning them from the United States,
” Trump said aboard Air Force One as he returned to Washington after a
fundraising trip to Florida.
Trump described the action as "severance" and said he could sign an order as
soon as Saturday. “Well, I have that authority," he said.
"I can do it with an executive order or that,” Trump said, referring to
emergency economic powers.
A spokesperson for TikTok said in a statement that the app is a job creator
committed to the privacy of its 100 million users in the United States.
"We've hired nearly 1,000 people to our US team this year alone, and are
proud to be hiring another 10,000 employees into great paying jobs across
the US.," the spokesperson said. "Our $1 billion creator fund supports US
creators who are building livelihoods from our platform.
"TikTok US user data is stored in the US, with strict controls on employee
access," the statement continued. "TikTok's biggest investors come from the
US. We are committed to protecting our users' privacy and safety as we
continue working to bring joy to families and meaningful careers to those
who create on our platform."
The American Civil Liberties Union tweeted that Trump's plan was "a danger
to free expression."
The president said he didn't support a deal involving TikTok and Microsoft.
On Friday reports emerged that Microsoft was in talks to buy the app from
its owner, ByteDance.
The White House has ramped up its concerns about the popular video-sharing
app in recent weeks over its ownership by ByteDance, a Chinese company.
Chinese law can compel any domestic company to hand over data it has
collected on users.
“We’re looking at TikTok," Trump said earlier Friday. "We may be banning
TikTok. We may be doing some others things,” Trump told reporters at the
White House Friday morning. “We are looking at a lot of alternatives with
respect to TikTok.”
While TikTok is largely seen as an app for young people, it tracks phone
locations and users’ metadata, like many apps, and China has a demonstrated
appetite for Americans’ personal data. TikTok has also faced repeated
accusations of censoring content unappetizing to Beijing, prompting fears
that the app’s popularity serves as an extension of China’s influence.
Since November, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States,
which investigates foreign acquisitions of U.S. properties for potential
national security threats, has been looking into ByteDance’s 2017
acquisition of Musical.ly, the Chinese-owned lip-syncing app it merged with
TikTok.
Microsoft is in talks to purchase the app, the New York Times reported
Friday. Microsoft declined comment.
Earlier this month, Larry Kudlow, Trump's top economic adviser, said he had
been informed the eventual buyer “will be a one hundred percent American
company.”
TikTok has repeatedly claimed to be an independent company, free of China’s
influence or demands for rights to domestic companies’ data. But on
Wednesday, Wang Wenbin, a spokesperson for China’s Ministry of Foreign
Affairs, indicated China views TikTok as a domestic company. The app is not
available in mainland China.
Trump and members of his administration have repeatedly said China should be
punished for its role in allowing the coronavirus to spread to the U.S.
Banning TikTok could be part of that retaliation, Secretary of State Mike
Pompeo said earlier this month.
“With respect to Chinese apps on peoples’ cellphones, the United States
will get this one right,” he told Fox News in early July.
TikTok declined to confirm a potential sale.
“While we do not comment on rumors or speculation, we are confident in the
long-term success of TikTok,” TikTok spokesperson Ashley Nash-Hahn said. "
Hundreds of millions of people come to TikTok for entertainment and
connection, including our community of creators and artists who are building
livelihoods from the platform."
In June, teens on TikTok claimed they had orchestrated a lower-than-expected
turnout at Trump’s Tulsa campaign rally, after a viral effort to reserve
tickets they had no intention of using in an attempt to humiliate the
president with an empty arena.
Trump was said to be "furious" at the "underwhelming" crowd, NBC reported.

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