According to the Wall Street Journal, people familiar with the matter said that discussions between representatives of TikTok's parent company Bytedance and US national security officials are still continuing.They also revealed that these discussions focused on data security and methods to prevent TikTok from collecting information from US users.
The report also stated that Emily Horn, spokesperson for the National Security Council, said, “We plan to develop a comprehensive approach to protect US data in response to the various threats we face.” “This includes operations in the United States. The risks posed by China’s apps and other software. In the coming months, we expect to review specific cases based on a comprehensive understanding of the risks we face."
According to the report, people familiar with the matter said that negotiations between the US Committee on Foreign Investment and TikTok to resolve this situation are still continuing.One of the people familiar with the matter said that possible solutions include the use of a trusted third party to manage TikTok's data, but this does not require "direct sales."
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