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Popular mobile phone apps TikTok and WeChat effectively banned by Donald Trump over threat to 'national security'


The Trump administration has stepped up efforts to discontinue TikTok in the United States with an executive order that describes the popular social media app as a threat to US 'national security'.  [ read on.. ]


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