IN MARCH TikTok chief executive Shou Zi Chew faced angry lawmakers in Washington, who grilled him for five hours on topics ranging from misinformation to mental health. The threat of a ban in America, the short video app’s biggest market, is looming. Other Western governments are making similar noises. TikTok, which is owned by a Chinese firm called ByteDance, has already been locked out of India, another major market, from 2020 on national security grounds.
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