Donald Trump Says He’s Going to Ban TikTok. But Can He Actually Do That?

"With any internet platform, “we should be concerned about the risk that sensitive private data will be funneled to abusive governments, including our own,” Jennifer Granick, the ACLU’s surveillance and cybersecurity counsel, said in a statement Saturday. “But shutting one platform down, even if it were legally possible to do so, harms freedom of speech online and does nothing to resolve the broader problem of unjustified government surveillance.”"