Shou Zi Chew, CEO of TikTok, will travel to Brussels next week to meet with several EU officials, including Vice President Vera Jourova, Justice Commissioner Didier Reynders, and Internal Market Commissioner Thierry Breton. The discussion topics are expected to include data protection, content moderation rules and disinformation ahead of the European Parliament elections in 2024, along with Project Clover, the company's attempt to have Europeans' personal data overseen by a third party. The meetings will be the first since the European Commission and several EU countries banned government officials from using TikTok on their work phones.
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