The Hill reports TikTok wrote to U.S. House Chief Administrative Officer Catherine Szpindor asking for withdrawal of a recent CAO cyber advisory over alleged security concerns with the platform. TikTok Vice President and Head of Public Policy Michael Beckerman sought to "correct factual inaccuracies," explicitly refuting claims U.S. user data is stored in China. Beckerman also said the platform does not use facial recognition technology and does not use or collect voice or GPS location data. Members of the U.S. House probed TikTok in July over data security concerns.
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