“As long as China controls Tiktok, the app has nothing to do with Norwegian phones,” BT commentator Morten Mixvoll wrote.

“As long as China controls Tiktok, the app has nothing to do with Norwegian phones,” BT commentator Morten Mixvoll wrote.

As long as China controls Tiktok, the app has nothing to do with Norwegian phones.

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Every time guys Look for a new arena in the world or on the Internet, there are old-minded men ready to shake their heads. Everything was better before. This is also the case with Tiktok.

But time utilization is not the (biggest) problem.

Tiktok is a cognitive warChina's ambition is to influence public opinion.

The target is Western youth.

They – like everyone else – are influenced by the things they see and read on the Internet. The problem arises when the Chinese state is in control.

They can manipulate public debate and poison people with false stories.

No one can give this power to Russia today. So why this was acceptable to China is incomprehensible.

Therefore, many have American politicians – both right and left – have worked to ban TikTok in the US – if Chinese company ByteDance refuses to sell itself.

If that happens, Tiktok could become a more mainstream social medium. Today he is antisocial.

The breakthrough came this week:

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