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TikTok fears point to larger problem: Poor media literacy in the social media age

Summary by St. George News
FEATURE (THE CONVERSATION) — The U.S. government moved closer to banning the video social media app TikTok on Apr. 23 after the Senate approved a $95 billion foreign aid bill. The bill includes a provision to force ByteDance, the Chinese company that owns TikTok, to either sell its American holdings to a U.S. company or face a ban in the country. The House of Representatives passed the bill on Apr. 20. This file photo shows President Joe Biden s…

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