TikTok CEO grilled by U.S. Congress on privacy, security concerns

TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew was grilled by U.S. Congress over concerns of the app being a threat to the country's privacy and national security, despite Chew's insistence of TikTok being safe for public use. Jackson Proskow looks at the growing pressure from American lawmakers to either force Chinese parent company ByteDance to sell off the application, or for it to be banned outright.