One of the major concerns for many in the United States is the growing threat of China and Russia.
In addition to their increasing military prowess, their cyber warfare, and intellectual property theft has led to huge jumps in their technology helping them almost catch up with big tech companies in Silicon Valley.
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which is officially the Communist Party of China (CPC), is the founding and ruling party of the People’s Republic of China (PRC).
Prior to the 1970s, China was a poor nation with hundreds of millions of its citizens living in poverty. Things began to change though in 1978 as the government reformed its economy. Since then, China’s economy has produced a staggering GDP growth of 10 percent a year.
As part of their growth, a large percentage of American manufacturing moved to China, which has helped provide low-priced products for American consumers but has also given the Red Dragon access to an ever-increasing amount of information on the citizens of the United States.
In what is, to people who don’t trust them, obviously an expansion of the CCP’s plan to get more data, a Chinese company called ByteDance Ltd.m developed an app called, TikTok.
Their App is a globally popular video-sharing social media platform with disturbing links to a Beijing-based corporation called ByteDance. The corporation just announced it will soon enforce new “Community Guidelines” which will label any mistrust of governments, elections, or scientific bodies as “misinformation.”
The new guidelines will be updated on March 7, 2022, to “help keep TikTok welcoming and entertaining for creators and viewers alike.”
In line with the heavy censorship and prohibitions of speaking out against the communist government, TikTok, in its guidelines’ for its “Integrity and authenticity” section, just announced,
“We believe that trust forms the foundation of our community. We do not allow activities that may undermine the integrity of our platform or the authenticity of our users. We remove content or accounts that involve spam or fake engagement, impersonation, or misleading information that causes significant harm.” Read more