Scottish Government and Greater London Authority join TikTok ban

25/03/2023 | Holyrood

Following last week's announcement that the UK parliament had banned TikTok from parliamentary devices and the parliamentary wifi network, the Scottish Government has confirmed it will follow suit. The parliament said that after discussions with the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) MSPs, their staff and parliament staff are being strongly advised to remove the app. 

In related news, The Guardian reports that Greater London authority employees are also banned from using TikTok on their devices.

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