Ukraine invasion: TikTok’s global ambitions take another hit as Russia’s ‘fake news’ law forces suspension

Chinese-owned app TikTok, the country’s first social media platform with global influence, has suspended live streaming and new content in Russia to comply with a law that criminalises the spreading of what the Kremlin calls “fake information”.The suspension of new uploads by users in Russia, which has a population of 144 million, is another setback for its global expansion plans after a permanent ban by New Delhi last year.TikTok, owned by Beijing-based ByteDance, the world’s most valuable…

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