Top Things to Know: Protecting American Data and National Security from Foreign Adversaries

Here’s a few top things to know:

Applications controlled by foreign adversaries, like TikTok, are exploiting and weaponizing Americans’ data. These applications are a national security threat to the American people.

  • The CCP requires companies, like TikTok’s parent company ByteDance, to secretly share access to a U.S. business or individual’s data without their knowledge or consent.
  • Internal TikTok recordings revealed “everything is seen in China.”
  • CCP-controlled ByteDance used TikTok to spy on American journalists’ physical locations.
  • A former TikTok Executive has stated the CCP “maintained supreme access” to TikTok’s data.

CCP-controlled TikTok has claimed H.R. 7521, the Protecting Americans from Foreign Adversary Controlled Applications Act, is an “outright ban.”

It is not.

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We have given TikTok a clear choice: Divest from your parent company—which is beholden to the CCP—and remain operational in the U.S. OR side with the Chinese Communist Party and face a ban.

It is up to them.