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‘Happy… now my kids won’t be able to use it,’ Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says of TikTok ban



Outaouais: Regarding the recent ban on the use of the Chinese video-sharing application Tiktok, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday that he was very satisfied with this decision. He said that now his children will no longer be able to use Tiktok. Trudeau spoke at a joint press conference with US President Joe Biden in Ottawa. Trudeau said that “now I will not use Tiktok because the Chinese government is accessing our information through a phone.”

According to a Reuters report, Trudeau said we get a personal benefit from his ban, which is that my kids won’t be able to use Tiktok and neither will I. Trudeau said the phone Tiktok is in is China’s official phone, which is to help the Chinese government. This app raised our security concerns. Trudeau, 51, has three children, two of them teenagers. In announcing its ban last month, the Trudeau government said Tiktok posed a big risk to your privacy and security. Trudeau said, “I’m obviously concerned about their privacy and security, which is why I’m glad they can no longer use TikTok on their government-issued phone.”

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Recently, US National Security Advisor Jack Sullivan said in a statement that the White House on Tuesday welcomed the bill that would allow the US to ban Chinese-owned video-sharing app Tiktok. . Mark Warner, a senior US senator from the Democratic Party, and John Thune, a Republican from South Dakota, backed him in a rare act of political reconciliation by US lawmakers.

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