The two organisations are claiming €1.5bn from TikTok’s parent company ByteDance, for illegally collecting and trading in the children’s private information.
TikTok, the Chinese-owned video-sharing app, was given one month by European Union regulators and consumer protection watchdogs to address concerns over the safety of children’s data on the platform.
TikTok committed themselves to taking new measures on the Italian market that will enhance those already in place to prevent the youngest from accessing their platform
Video-sharing app TikTok says it plans to launch a European Transparency and Accountability Centre.
Former children’s commissioner for England launches case against video-sharing app.
The computer code underlying TikTok doesn’t pose a national security threat to the U.S., according to a new study by university cybersecurity researchers.
Starting April 15, the TikTok’s personalized ads policy is changing — as are users’ options to opt out of them, it seems.
They want to keep tracking iPhone users with solution created by state-backed group.