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For years, TikTok has sought to assure Washington that the personal data of U.S. citizens cannot be accessed and its content cannot be manipulated by the CCP or anyone else under Beijing’s influence.
It was not clear what action, if any, Twitter has taken to investigate or remediate the issue.
A Reuters check showed the suspended accounts, which included journalists from the New York Times, CNN and the Washington Post, have been reinstated.
Following an executive order on Nov. 29, TikTok, a wildly popular and controversial social media app owned by Chinese company ByteDance, will no longer be legally accessible on state-owned and state-leased devices. In the order, Gov. Kristi Noem referenced the potential for data collected by ByteDance to be handed over to Chinese authorities.

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