The "Transparency Center" is to be opened at TikTok's Los Angeles office where external experts will oversee its operations, the company said in its blog bit
The center would later provide insights into the app’s source code, the closely guarded internal instructions of the software, and offer more details on privacy and security.
According to a 2017 Chinese law, companies operating in the country are required to cooperate with the government on national intelligence.
The U.S. Navy banned the app in December from its government issued mobile devices, calling it a “
Republican Senator Josh Hawley called for a blanket ban on the app for all federal employees last week, representing a broader concern among lawmakers about