U.S. Army bans popular social media app TikTok after Pentagon brands it a 'cyber threat'
The U.S. Army has banned soldiers from using the popular video app TikTok on all government-owned phones, according to multiple outlets, including
. Army spokeswoman Lt. Col. Robin Ochoa told
in an interview published recently that the app — which is owned by Chinese parent company ByteDance — is “considered a cyber threat” and that they “do not allow it on government phones.”
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