TikTok confirms UK user data safe from Chinese government

09/12/2022 | Independent

In a letter to a parliamentary committee, Liz Kanter, director of government relations at TikTok, has confirmed the company "has not and would not" share UK user data with the Chinese government. In the letter to Conservative MP Alicia Kearns, the chairperson of the Foreign Affairs Committee, Ms Kanter stated TikTok is separate from ByteDance, its Chinese owners and that its employees "do not have access" to UK users' personal data.

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