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TikTok is reportedly on the hunt for a US-based CEO, and it could be the company’s latest step to distance itself from ties to China
The move may help to distance TikTok from ByteDance, its Chinese parent company, and appease concerns about the app's ties to the Chinese government.
The Trump administration threatened 25% tariffs on European cars if Britain, Germany, and France didn’t play ball on Iran
Trump previously used the threat of tariffs on European cars to extract additional investment into the US from its automakers.
A US airstrike on a top Iranian general made the world still more uncertain for the US, which has several other serious goes to contend with.
Trump’s Iran and North Korea strategies are both falling apart, and it couldn’t come at a worse time for him
Trump claimed he would face down America's foes, but as 2020 begins Iran is ramping up its aggression and North Korea remains armed and dangerous.
TikTok-owner ByteDance is reportedly mulling a sale of the hit app as US lawmakers raise national security concerns
US lawmakers have called for investigations of the app and its parent company, saying its handling of user data represents a national security threat.
The New York Times was able to track Trump’s movements with leaked location data, showing how easy it is to spy on people via their phones
The Times said it was easy to track and identify people in secure government sites and learn things about their lives, posing a huge security threat.
Police reportedly raided the Moscow office of NGINX after a Russian search engine giant claimed ownership of its extremely popular web server code
Two cofounders were reportedly detained after NGINX's Moscow offices were raided — not long after Rambler claimed ownership of its code.
TikTok’s chief is heading to Washington to defend the video-sharing platform against censorship and privacy concerns as lawsuits and investigati...
TikTok faces mounting pressure over concerns it censors content deemed offensive to the Chinese government and poses a threat to US national security.
The Trump administration has started approving licenses for US companies to resume doing business with Huawei
The US Department of Commerce said it would allow some US businesses to resume selling goods to Chinese telecom company Huawei Technologies.
The anonymous White House official says in their new book that Trump aides had to dumb down his briefings to one key point repeated over and over
At one point, officials were told to cut their briefings down to just three points — only to be told later to cut it down to one key point.