The entrance to short video-sharing app operator TikTok’s offices in Culver City, in Los Angeles, California. The path for TikTok owner ByteDance to divest the app’s US operation may still go through China, following Beijing’s latest revision of the country’s technology export controls. Photo: XinhuaThe entrance to short video-sharing app operator TikTok’s offices in Culver City, in Los Angeles, California. The path for TikTok owner ByteDance to divest the app’s US operation may still go through China, following Beijing’s latest revision of the country’s technology export controls. Photo: Xinhua
The entrance to short video-sharing app operator TikTok’s offices in Culver City, in Los Angeles, California. The path for TikTok owner ByteDance to divest the app’s US operation may still go through China, following Beijing’s latest revision of the country’s technology export controls. Photo: Xinhua

China’s revised tech export controls could give Beijing a say in TikTok sale

  • China has added 23 new items of technologies restricted for export, including personal information push services and artificial intelligence interactive interface
  • Beijing has said that it opposes the Trump administration’s executive orders directed at TikTok

Topic |   TikTok
The entrance to short video-sharing app operator TikTok’s offices in Culver City, in Los Angeles, California. The path for TikTok owner ByteDance to divest the app’s US operation may still go through China, following Beijing’s latest revision of the country’s technology export controls. Photo: XinhuaThe entrance to short video-sharing app operator TikTok’s offices in Culver City, in Los Angeles, California. The path for TikTok owner ByteDance to divest the app’s US operation may still go through China, following Beijing’s latest revision of the country’s technology export controls. Photo: Xinhua
The entrance to short video-sharing app operator TikTok’s offices in Culver City, in Los Angeles, California. The path for TikTok owner ByteDance to divest the app’s US operation may still go through China, following Beijing’s latest revision of the country’s technology export controls. Photo: Xinhua
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