As expected, TikTok has warned it could go to court and said it is “shocked” over President Donald Trump’s executive order on Thursday banning Americans from transacting with ByteDance, the firm’s Chinese owner.
As the Chinese military grows more powerful, the U.S. military—the Army in particular—needs a new strategy for deterring China.
TikTok: It's important to ensure security features are set to protect the user and ensure that employers do not have any restrictions in regard to its use.
China's need to collect information has not diminished, making the need to further diversify its approach to collection all the more necessary. The aggressiveness of Chinese espionage, however, will not diminish any time soon.
Antagonisms between the United States and China are rattling governments around the world, prompting a German official to warn of “Cold War 2.0” and Kenya’s president to appeal for unity to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
Why is China so threatened by Taiwan – a tiny island nation of only 24 million people – and would the U.S. get involved if a war broke out in the region?
According to reports from China, Kazakhstan is experiencing a wide-spread outbreak of an "unknown pneumonia" that is potentially deadlier than the novel coronavirus.
China-based surveillance campaigns are using Android malware to spy on Uighur Muslims and other ethnic minorities worldwide, according to new research from mobile cybersecurity firm Lookout.
A platform based in an adversarial state with an install base in the hundreds of millions across major western democracies is a threat.
Mike Pompeo stated that the U.S. is “certainly looking at” restricting TikTok and other Chinese social media apps, reviving national security and privacy concerns about China’s tech giants.