App is owned by China and cannot be owned by Government officials.
Saves all videos created within the app forever, including ones not shared with the public.
Used to be branded as Musical.ly
Collects and sells data
Unable to delete the account
False sense of security based upon "Anonymous" cloak
Not intended for the user's under 13.
Can be held liable for postings
Allows direct messaging
Banned in numerous countries
What Tik Toc says, "Tik Tok allows you to view shared videos, it’s dance, free-style or performance."
What SGS says, "U.S. Government agencies have banned TikTok on devices that may contain sensitive or classified information due to the app being used to listen in on its users. Previously Musical.ly, this newly rebranded app is attempting to ditch the kids and tap into an older demographic. We would NOT suggest using this app to anyone."
A popular platform for dangerous internet challenges
App is set to be owned by Microsoft in September
Gossip, polling, bullying, inappropriate content, profanity