US House of Representatives Votes to Ban TikTok
The U.S. House of Representatives recently voted to ban the popular short video app TikTok for smartphones of politicians and congressmen in particular. The app has come under increased scrutiny from US lawmakers due to security concerns. This latest move comes just days after the Biden Administration issued an executive order banning the app in the US.
TikTok has become incredibly popular over the past few years with millions of users worldwide. The app has been praised for its creative content and its ability to bring people together. However, the app has also been criticized for its lack of privacy and security measures, which have raised concerns among US lawmakers.
The US House of Representatives has now voted to ban the app in the US. The vote was largely along party lines with most Democrats voting in favor of the ban and most Republicans voting against it. The ban is expected to take effect within 45 days and will likely be challenged in court.
The Biden Administration has already taken steps to ban the app. Last week, the President issued an executive order banning the app in the US. This order could be blocked by a federal judge, but it has cast a cloud of uncertainty over the app's future in the US.
The US House of Representatives has now voted to ban the popular video app TikTok. This move follows an executive order issued by the Biden Administration that could lead to the app being banned in the US. It remains to be seen how this ban will be enforced and if it will be challenged in court.