Parliament urges members to avoid using TikTok

“Fundamental misunderstanding”
In collaboration with the PET Intelligence Service, CFCS has recently developed a guidebook for mobile device security.

The EU has also moved to ban TikTok on employees’ work phones, while Canada became the latest country to do so yesterday as well. Several US states have also banned the service.

TikTok is owned by the Chinese company Bytedance, which is suspected of passing on information from its users to the regime in Beijing.

Bytedance said bans are being levied based on a “fundamental misunderstanding of our business structure”.

The Danish Engineers’ Association IDA claims that the state should ban the app on all phones used in the public sector.

Source: The Nordic Page




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