Some members of UK Prime MInister Boris Johnson’s party have already voiced concerns about TikTok, which has rapidly emerged as a rival to Google’s video-sharing site YouTube. Photo: Kyodo Some members of UK Prime MInister Boris Johnson’s party have already voiced concerns about TikTok, which has rapidly emerged as a rival to Google’s video-sharing site YouTube. Photo: Kyodo
Some members of UK Prime MInister Boris Johnson’s party have already voiced concerns about TikTok, which has rapidly emerged as a rival to Google’s video-sharing site YouTube. Photo: Kyodo
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TikTok may face UK government restrictions but unlikely to be blocked from setting up London office

  • A review led by the prime minister’s chief of staff Eddie Lister is likely to find TikTok does not pose as big a security threat as Huawei, a source says
  • Executives at ByteDance’s UK operation are, however, braced for greater scrutiny from regulators and politicians

Topic |   TikTok
Some members of UK Prime MInister Boris Johnson’s party have already voiced concerns about TikTok, which has rapidly emerged as a rival to Google’s video-sharing site YouTube. Photo: Kyodo Some members of UK Prime MInister Boris Johnson’s party have already voiced concerns about TikTok, which has rapidly emerged as a rival to Google’s video-sharing site YouTube. Photo: Kyodo
Some members of UK Prime MInister Boris Johnson’s party have already voiced concerns about TikTok, which has rapidly emerged as a rival to Google’s video-sharing site YouTube. Photo: Kyodo
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