Big Claim About TikTok: Did the USA Change Its Algorithm?

Big Claim About TikTok: Did the USA Change Its Algorithm?

TikTok has denied claims of splitting the source code to separate the US plugin from ByteDance. The company stated that they took security measures. Here are the details!

TikTok has denied his claims, saying it has made efforts to allocate resources to make operating independent in the US.

According to Reuters, it has been claimed that ByteDance’s US business has begun to separate from the parent company in China. However, TikTok flatly denied these claims.

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Reuters’ report stated that there have been cases since the last letters that TikTok’s proposed version was run independently of Douyin, the Chinese version.

These individuals made the claim in an attempt to show U.S. illegals that TikTok was independent of its Chinese parent company, ByteDance.

It was stated that the project could take more than a year and was discussed in internal meetings and via the messaging system Lark.

However, TikTok’s reporter Michael Hughes emphasized that these allegations were firmly rejected, that these groups did not aim to leave ByteDance and that such a separation was out of the question.

TikTok had previously launched a data silo project called “Project Texas” to prove its independence in the United States. This project aimed to provide data of American users.

However, it is stated that these initiatives of TikTok will enable technical assistance to avoid a ban in the USA. TikTok has filed a lawsuit against the US loan due to the law that requires it to transfer control to someone else or be banned until January 19, 2025.

Big Claim About TikTok

Although the companies have no plans to separate, the code could pave the way for the transfer of existing U.S. assets, according to unnamed sources at Reuters.

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