After the European Union, Canada also banned TikTok
The Canadian government has banned the use of TikTok, the world-famous social media platform based in China, on government-issued mobile devices, citing security risks.
After the European Commission, Canada also took action for TikTok, the world-famous social media platform based in China.
The Canadian government has banned the use of TikTok on government-issued mobile devices. It was stated that TikTok poses an "unacceptable" level of risk in terms of privacy and security, and access is blocked on government-issued devices.
In the statement made by the Canadian Treasury Board; “The Canadian government is committed to keeping government information safe. We monitor our systems regularly and take precautions against risks. Effective February 28, 2023, the TikTok app will be removed from government-issued mobile devices. Users of these devices will also be prevented from downloading the app in the future.''
After TikTok's review, the Canadian Chief Information Officer decided that TikTok posed an unacceptable level of privacy and security risk.