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The Joe Biden administration has suspended the plan to
force TikTok to divest its US assets
while assessing the alleged security risks of the popular Chinese app, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.
Citing unidentified sources,
claimed that the new government had
indefinitely shelved the plan
to demand the sale of TikTok, owned by Chinese company
, to US tech giant
as a retail partner.
"It is not true to suggest that there is (in this case) a new step" taken by the Biden administration,
, a White House
at a news conference.
"If we have announcements to do we will do it," he added.
Psaki confirmed, as reported by The Wall Street Journal, that the Biden administration is reviewing former President Donald Trump's efforts to address the
alleged national security risks
posed by Chinese technology companies, including the collection of data from American users. .
"It's a blanket review that extends beyond TikTok, of course," the spokeswoman said.
Former President Donald Trump's initiative was argued on concerns that TikTok and other Chinese online services posed security risks due to their
ties to the Beijing government
According to the newspaper's report, the new administration will not force the sale of assets promoted by the Trump administration.
The measure to ban TikTok downloads had been
blocked for legal
TikTok, the app that has an estimated
100 million users in the country
, has repeatedly defended itself against allegations of information transfers to the Chinese government, saying that it stores user data on servers in the United States and Singapore.
A tentative deal revealed by the previous US government would make
Oracle the technology partner of TikTok and a new entity to be called
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