Will Tiktok ticked off? 

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Dhaka: TikTok ticking off! The news has caused a stir all over the world. Tiktok turns a world-famous star into a very popular or completely unknown overnight star. Millions of fans are spending sleepless nights in the United States because of the app, which is very popular among the young generation of the world.

U.S. President Trump has been vocal about stopping ticking. Last August, Trump set a conditional deadline for the TikTok authorities. That is why he issued an executive order. It is said that Tiktok has to be sold to a US company by September 20. Otherwise, the app will be banned which will be implemented by the country's commerce department.

Eventually, TikTok's owner, Bytedance, agreed to partner with Oracle in the United States. However, it is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. He will address the issue within the stipulated time frame. The US administration has given such an idea.

According to US Commerce Department sources, TikTok and WeChat are expected to close in the US. If Trump doesn't agree to the 'TikTok-Oracle' deal, the country's TikTok fans will no longer be able to enjoy the two Chinese apps from September 20.

TikTok is the world's most popular app for creating and promoting small-scale entertainment videos with a Smartphone popular WeChat for texting.

The ‘TikTok-WeChat’ app is a threat to the national security of the United States. Trump directly accused China of manipulating the data of US citizens through the two apps. However, China and the app makers have been denying such allegations. China says the final sanctions will be politically motivated.

Trump has long been adamant about banning ticks in the United States.
U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said U.S. citizens will no longer be able to download or use TikTok from September 20 unless Trump approves the TikTok deal on the scheduled date. We have taken steps to stop China from trying to collect personal information from the US people.
TickTock maker ByteDance says there are millions of TickTok fans in the United States. They do not keep user information in China. All information is stored in the United States and Singapore. WeChat creator Tencent, on the other hand, said that the exchange of personal information with WeChat is more.

There are more than one billion WeChat fans around the world. However, it has not been confirmed how many people use WeChat in the United States.
The US administration says it is difficult to say exactly how risky TikTak or WeChat is. But it is almost certain that the networks of the two app developers have been searching for information on the Internet.