Grandma trying to rap was one of the most shared TIkTok videos this year, but her late-start career might not get off the ground. The U.S. government is about to investigate the app for “national security risks”. Grandma herself may not be a national security risk, but her data–and the data of hundreds of millions of others–could be a goldmine for Beijing. Or, it could just be another case of America crying wolf in the middle of an all-out tech war.
For those unfamiliar with it, the app allows users to create, upload and share videos up to 15 seconds long using various editing tools and effects that enable lip-syncing and a number of other filters….CLICK for complete article