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Kristi Biden shows how she bans the TikTok platform over national security concerns


Christy Noem shows Joe Biden how to do it

executive order prohibiting the Chinese social media

site TikTok due to national security concerns

South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem showed President Joe Biden how to do it and banned Chinese social media app TikTok from all state organs that described the platform as a threat to national security.

Governor Kristi Noem signed Executive Order 2022-10

  • banning Chinese social media platform TikTok for government agencies
  • employees and contractors using state devices.

by TikTok due to data collection on behalf of

the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

Governor Kristi Noem said

South Dakota will not have a role in intelligence gathering for countries that hate us.

The Chinese Communist Party uses the information it collects on TikTok to manipulate the American people, and they collect data from devices accessing the platform .

The Order shall apply immediately and shall apply to South Dakota employees and agencies, including persons and entities contracting with the State, committees, authorities or agents.

The order prohibits the download

  • use or website of
  • the TikTok app on state-owned
  • or state-leased electronic devices capable of
  • connecting to the Internet.

Name Added :

Due to our serious responsibility to protect the personal information of

Citizens of South Dakota, we must act right away.

I hope that other countries will follow South Dakota's example, and Congress must take broader action as well .

Rep. Mike Gallagher


who co-sponsors legislation calling for a nationwide ban, said:

"TikTok is owned by ByteDance. ByteDance is controlled by CCP. This implies that CCP can locate you.

"He can track your keys. He can watch your news. Why give our first opponent so much power? "

Democratic Senator Mark Warner admitted that Trump was right when the former president expressed concerns about the application.

Well :

  1.  I think Donald Trump was right.
  2. "I mean TikTok is a massive threat,"
  3. Warner said.


  • if you are a parent
  • and you have a child on TikTok
  •  I would be very concerned.

All such data that your child enters

  • and receives is stored somewhere in Beijing."
  • Look at the full executive order here.