Senators skeptical of TikTok, Twitter fails to meet revenue expectations
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Senators Chuck Schumer and Tom Cotton have sent a letter to acting Director of National Intelligence, Joseph Maguire.
Requesting an inquiry into the national security risk posed by TikTok, a popular social video app owned by Chinese company, ByteDance.
The concern is that the Chinese government could force bytedance to turn over us user data.
Twitter's effort to make itself a healthier place.
It's helped it rake in new users, but it hasn't directly translated into strong revenue.
The company missed analyst expectations.
Pushing the company shares to plummet 19% early trading.
And finally apples TV app has launched on the Amazon fire TV suite of devices, just in time for the premium streaming services launch on November 1st.
The apple also let users stream legacy content they purchased through iTunes Though you won't be able to buy new content from the app.
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