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TikTok establishes $200 million US-based fund to support content creators

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TikTok establishes $200 million US-based fund to support content creatorsTikTok is creating a fund of $200 million to support the app's popular US-based video creators. "In a relatively short time, TikTok has grown to become a source of income and opportunity for creators...
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Will Trump Carry Out His Threat To Ban TikTok? [Video]

Will Trump Carry Out His Threat To Ban TikTok?

President Donald Trump told reporters aboard Air Force One Friday evening that he plans to ban TikTok. The popular music and dance app is one of many owned by Chinese companies. According to Gizmodo, the Trump administration believes the app is funneling user data to the Chinese government. The allegation has not been substantiated. Despite increasing federal scrutiny, Microsoft is in talks to buy the app, purportedly valued at $100 billion.

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Trump says he will ban TikTok app in the U.S. [Video]

Trump says he will ban TikTok app in the U.S.

[NFA] China's ByteDance has agreed to divest the U.S. operations of TikTok completely in a bid to save a deal with the White House, after President Donald Trump said he had decided to ban the app, two people familiar with the matter told Reuters. This report was produced by Jonah Green.

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TikTok responds to Trump's proposed ban: 'We're not planning on going anywhere'

Is Microsoft buying TikTok? Will TikTok be banned? The video app said that it's here for the long run while President Trump has threatened a ban.

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What’s Going On With TikTok? Here’s What We Know

President Trump is talking about banning the app. TikTok may also sell its U.S. operations. Let’s sort through it all here.
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TikTok to create a $2 billion fund to pay creators who qualify over the next three years.

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‘I stand by my country’: TikTok star welcomes Centre’s decision to ban Chinese apps [Video]

‘I stand by my country’: TikTok star welcomes Centre’s decision to ban Chinese apps

TikTok star welcomes Centre’s decision to ban 59 Chinese apps. Muskan Sharma had over 4 million followers on TikTok. Muskan said she stands by the country’s decision and that China has to pay for..

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