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Daily Dashboard | Op-ed: US schools banning TikTok is not an overreaction Related reading: State senator proposes sanctions over Madison Square Garden facial recognition

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U.S. schools are not overreacting by following federal, state and local entities in banning TikTok, University of North Carolina Greensboro professor of management and cybersecurity researcher Nir Kshetri writes in Fortune. “TikTok captures user data in a way that is more aggressive than other" applications, he said, as “its default privacy settings allow the app to collect much more information than the app needs to ... function.” One example, he said, was TikTok accessing users contact lists and calendars every hour. There are also significant cybersecurity vulnerabilities that allow hackers to distribute “malicious software” using viral trends.
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