Reddit CEO Calls TikTok ‘Fundamentally Parasitic’

Reddit co-founder and CEO Steve Huffman had some choice words about popular Chinese social media app TikTok at the Social 2030 conference.

TSA Bans Employees From Posting on TikTok

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has banned employees from using TikTok to create posts for the agency.

Vine Successor Byte Released

Vine co-founder Dom Hofmann has announced the launch of Vine’s successor, Byte, according to TechCrunch. Vine was founded in 2012, before quickly being acquired by Twitter in early 2013. Vine was a short-form video app that let people shoot, upload…

TikTok Releases Transparency Report In Effort To Quell Concerns

TikTok has released its first ever transparency report amid increasing scrutiny related to privacy and censorship, according to NBC News. TikTok has been in the news a lot lately, and not in the way any company wants to be. The…

U.S. Army Reverses Course, Bans TikTok

TikTok has been under increasing scrutiny, with allegations it represents a national security threat. Following guidance from the Pentagon, the U.S. Army has officially banned the app, according to Military.com. TikTok has surged in popularity in the U.S., and military…

TikTok Accused of Illegally Collecting Data and Uploading It to China

A California student has filed a class-action lawsuit against TikTock, the wildly popular social media app from China. According to a report in the Daily Beast, the suit alleges that TikTok uploads data without user consent—in some cases without a…