Aussie data security in doubt after TikTok admits US data accessible by China

TikTok admitted to US senators that US user data was accessible in China. The company has previously stated some Australian data is kept in US servers therefore Liberal senator James Paterson wrote to TikTok to request information on Australian users’ data security.

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