The Wall Street Journal

How the U.S-China Fight for TikTok Further Fractures the Internet

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The Chinese-owned app TikTok has been labelled a national-security threat by the U.S., but it's not unique in the data it collects. WSJ explains why countries are building digital walls and treating user data like a sovereign asset, and how that could change our tech. Illustration: Zoë Soriano

The Chinese-owned app TikTok has been labelled a national-security threat by the U.S., but it's not unique in the data it collects. WSJ explains why countries are building digital walls and treating user data like a sovereign asset, and how that could change our tech. Illustration: Zoë Soriano

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