New Zealand Moves To Ban TikTok On Its Parliament Devicesinformationsecuritybuzz.com
In response to international cybersecurity concerns, New Zealand has banned the video-sharing app Tiktok on any before the end of this month, gadgets with access to its parliament until. This makes New Zealand the most recent government to place limitations on Tiktok.
Parliamentary office on Friday informed the country’s Lawmakers of the decision. According to Rafael Gonzalez-Montero, the chief executive of the Parliamentary Service, the decision was made after consultation with foreign governments and experts in cybersecurity about the risks involved.
Based on the presented facts, he wrote in an email that the risks were not acceptable in the current New Zealand parliamentary setting. According to Prime Minister Chris Hipkins, New Zealand operates differently from other countries.
New Zealand to ban TikTok on devices linked to parliament, cites security concerns
In New Zealand, TikTok will be banned on all devices with access to parliament’s network by the end ...
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