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Taiwan is Restricting Chinese Video Apps Like TikTok for Fear of Disinformation

Chinese-owned video apps are taking over the world — but some countries are worried about that

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For years, it has been widely known that Chinese social media platforms such as WeChat and Weibo are heavily censored and subject to direct control by the state. But as…

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Nithin Coca

Nithin Coca

Global journalist covering politics, environment, human rights & the social impacts of tech for OneZero, Gizmodo, The Nation and more www.nithincoca.com/writer

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