TikTok Tells EU Users That Staff in China, Other Countries Can Access User Data
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My latest CSO column recaps this week’s Second International Counter Ransomware Initiative Summit hosted by the White House to push forward more international collaboration to combat ransomware threats.
TikTok’s head of privacy in Europe, Elaine Fox, said that “based on a demonstrated need to do their job, subject to a series of robust security controls and approval protocols, and by way of methods that are recognized under the GDPR [the EU’s general data protection regulation], we allow certain employees within our corporate group located in Brazil, Canada, China, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, and the United States, remo…
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