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Get TikTok off public-funded education devices

January 23, 2023
More than 20 states have banned TikTok on government-owned devices, with New Jersey and Ohio joining their ranks just days ago. Though the impetus behind these bans is to protect state government information from Chinese spyware, these laws also evict TikTok from devices owned by public school districts and state-supported postsecondary institutions. This is a necessary protection to prevent the Chinese government from exploiting its control over ByteDance, TikTok’s owner, to gain access to America’s schools and the minds of its students.

Article Source: Washington Examiner

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