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One of the popular messaging app is a spy tool which will be used by the United Arab Emirates, and to keep track of the activities of those who download it, a new report claims.
The app, which is also known as ToTok, is a powerful surveillance tool, which is capable of monitoring each and every conversation, movement, relationship, arrangement, sound, and image, from the user, and The New York Times reported on Sunday. The majority of the app users are said to be in the East, but it has been growing in popularity in the US especially among teenagers.
The Times reports that the company behind the ToTok, Breej Holding company, is actually a front for DarkMatter, an Abu Dhabi-based cyberintelligence, and it company that focuses on Emirati intelligence officials, the former National Security Agency staff and a former Israeli military intelligence agent.
The app has been recently removed by Google and Apple.
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One of the popular messaging application, is really a surveillance program, a new report claims.
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The indictment against the ToTok is to come as a bigger screen, face control, on national security concerns.
In October, Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-n.y., and Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., in a letter to the director of national intelligence, asking him to check if any other app with a similar name, TikTok — a very popular Chinese-owned app announced the 15-second videos — is a threat to the national security of the U.S.
“With more than 110 million downloads in the U.S. alone, TikTok is a potential counter-threat we can’t ignore it,” said Schumer, and Cotton. “Given these concerns, we request that the intelligence community is conducting an investigation of the national security risks associated with the TikTok and the other is a China-based content platforms operate in the U.S., and a brief Conference about these findings.”
TikTok is emphasized that the independence of China, as a response to the concerns raised by the senators. However, cyber security concerns prompted the U.S. Navy, to prohibit the TikTok by all of the government-issued mobile devices.
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