TikTok officials say they are "disappointed in the outcome," but will remain focused on implementing a plan to keep the data of Americans safe.
Several Republican governors have banned TikTok on their agencies' phones and computers. The U.S. Senate approved a bill that would ban the wildly popular app from devices issued by federal agencies.
The FBI is concerned that the Chinese government could use TikTok to influence American users or control their devices. The company is working with the U.S. government towards a security agreement.
TikTok addressed Republican senators who have raised concerns that the Chinese-owned app could be sharing Americans' data with the Chinese government. TikTok says this is not happening.
Two women who reviewed hundreds of TikTok videos each week for violent and graphic content say the company ignored the psychological trauma they suffered on the job and pushed them to meet quotas.
A federal judge put the brakes on yet another aspect of President Trump's push to ban TikTok, but uncertainty still clouds the future of the viral video app in the U.S.
In a new court filing, the Trump administration offers its most thorough explanation to date of why it considers the hit video-sharing app a national security threat.
ByteDance-owned tutoring app GOGOKID employes about 4,000 American teachers. Trump's crack down on TikTok could mean those instructors will lose their jobs.
The move follows a previous executive order from the president that would make "transactions" between U.S. citizens and the Chinese-owned app illegal.
In its first public acknowledgement of a deal that could be worth in the billions of dollars, Microsoft said it is continuing talks with TikTok about a potential takeover of the hugely popular app.