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    TIKTOK users have constantly flooded the social media platform with new challenges that people tend to replicate on their social media pages. The Incantation challenge is one of the new challenges that is supposedly causing a scare online. 2Screenshot from the movie showing a train What is the Incantation challenge on TikTok? The Incantation challenge on TikTok started trending when TikTok influencer, @notjustbored1214, made a video about a film named Incantation. The influencer stated in the video: "I don't give a f**k how hard or desensitized you think, you are. There's no f**king way you guys are watching this entire f**king movie from start to finish without skipping a scene." He also wrote in the post: "1hr 16min 22sec was the hardest part for me to watch." Read More On The SunWHY, KY? Kardashian fans beg Kylie Jenner to 'STOP using filters' in new TikTokWHO'S THIS? Kardashian fans stunned as Kourtney looks unrecognizable with bangs Subsequently, several TikTok users took up the challenge to try and watch the entire film, which is only 1 hour and 51 minutes long, without...
    FIGURING out where to put important items when you're in a public area and need to leave them unsupervised is a pain. And if you're trying to enjoy a day out at the beach but don't want to worry about your stuff going missing, a clever mom has come up with a way to keep your items safe. 4The trick only takes a baby diaperCredit: TikTok/@craftymoms 4Simply place your valuables in the diaper and roll it upCredit: TikTok/@craftymoms Posting to Tiktok, mommy bloggers, who are mainly known as Crafty Moms on social media, shared their solution: a baby diaper. You read that right. All you have to do is place your keys, money, wallet, and phone inside and roll it up! No one will ever suspect that your valuables are rolled up in it. Following the seemingly good mommy tip, many people took to the comments section to joke about it. Read more mom hack storiesSpoonful of sugar Savvy mom shares trick that guarantees kids always take their medicineDO YOUR SHARE It was impossible to get my kids to...
    The Chinese-owned social media app TikTok has reportedly agreed to pay $92 million to settle dozens of lawsuits alleging that the app harvested personal data from users without consent and shared the data with third-parties, including some in China. Experts are calling it one of the largest privacy-related payouts in history. NPR reports that the Chinese-owned app TikTok has agreed to pay $92 million to settle dozens of lawsuits alleging that the popular video-sharing app harvested personal data from users, including facial recognition data, without user consent and shared this data with third-parties, including other Chinese organizations. The proposed settlement applies to 89 million TikTok users in the United States whose personal data was tracked and sold to advertisers, violating state and federal law. Lawyers in the case have called it one of the largest privacy-related payouts in history. Katrina Carroll, one of the lawyers for TikTok users, stated: “First, it provides compensation for TikTok users, but equally as important, it ensures TikTok will respect its users’ privacy going forward. Social media seems so innocuous, but troubling data collection, storage, and disclosure can...
    In a formal government notice issued this week, the Commerce Department stated that the Chinese-owned social media app TikTok won’t be shut down just yet. NBC News reports that the popular Chinese-owned video-sharing app TikTok has successfully avoided being banned in the U.S. once again after the Commerce Department said in a formal government notice issued Thursday that it would not enforce its previous order forcing TikTok to shut down. The decision is the latest in a saga that began last summer when the Trump administration issued an executive order that banned U.S. transactions with TikTok’s Chinese corporate owner, ByteDance, after issues of national security were raised. On September 18, TikTok sued the Trump administration in federal court in Washington, DC, alleging that the ban was “unlawful and unconstitutional.” That same day, three popular TikTok stars sued Trump and the Commerce Department in a separate federal action in Philadelphia, stating that the executive order was “unconstitutionally overbroad and an impermissible prior restraint of speech.” The courts ruled in favor of TikTok and by September 27 a federal judge in Washington, D.C.,...
    A recent issue with Microsoft’s Office 365 platform left many users completely locked out of Microsoft Office, Outlook, and Microsoft Teams which many have used as their primary means of work communication during the coronavirus pandemic. TechCrunch reports that Microsoft has begun investigating an authentication outage that looked Office 365 users out of the platform preventing them from accessing Microsoft products such as Office, Outlook, and Teams. Microsoft’s status dashboard stated that the issue started at 2:25 p.m. PT on Monday and impacted users across the globe for hours. Microsoft stated that some government users may be impacted by the issue, which may have impacted 911 communications in 14 states. The company stated in a series of tweets that it attempted to fix the issue but was forced to roll back its changes after the fix failed. Were investigating an issue affecting access to multiple Microsoft 365 services. Were working to identify the full impact and will provide more information shortly. — Microsoft 365 Status (@MSFT365Status) September 28, 2020 Weve rolled back the change that is likely the source of...
    President Trump has approved a deal that would create a partnership between the Chinese app TikTok and Oracle and Walmart to manage TikTok’s operation in America. TikTok’s Chinese parent, ByteDance, will own a majority share of the company and maintain ownership of TikTok’s all-important algorithms. CNBC reports that President Trump recently approved a deal in which Oracle and Walmart will partner with the popular Chinese-owned video-sharing app TikTok in the United States, allowing the app to continue to operate within the country. Speaking to reporters on the White House South Lawn before departing for North Carolina, President Trump stated: “I have given the deal my blessing — if they get it done that’s great, if they don’t that’s okay too. I approved the deal in concept.” The U.S. Department of Commerce announced that it would delay the prohibition of U.S. transactions with TikTok until next Sunday as the deal is officially reviewed and approved. Before President Trump’s comments, Oracle announced that it was chosen as TikTok’s secure cloud provider and will become a minority investor in the company with a 12.5 percent...
    President Donald Trump stated during a press conference that he is not prepared to sign off on a recently announced partnership between Silicon Valley giant Oracle and the Chinese-owned app TikTok until national security concerns are completely alleviated. AP reports that during a recent press conference, President Trump said that he expects to receive a report this week about Oracle’s bid to join a partnership with the Chinese-owned app TikTok but that he will not sign off on the deal until all fears of national security are alleviated. “I’m not prepared to sign off on anything. I have to see the deal,” President Trump told White House reporters on Wednesday evening. “It has to be 100% as far as national security is concerned,” Trump said. President Trump has previously stated that he would ban TikTok if it wasn’t sold to an American company. An executive order issued by President Trump on August 6 stated that the app “reportedly censors content that the Chinese Communist Party deems politically sensitive,” is potentially a source for disinformation campaigns and “threatens to allow the Chinese...
    A 33-year-old Military veteran from Mississippi who served in Iraq shot himself within the head dwell on Fb — and social media websites are nonetheless scrambling to take away the harrowing footage, which went viral greater than every week in the past, in keeping with stories. Ronnie McNutt, who labored at a Toyota plant in Blue Springs, New Albany, killed himself in entrance of his pc on Aug. 31 throughout a livestream on Fb, the Each day Star reported. There have been unconfirmed stories that McNutt had misplaced his job and damaged up together with his girlfriend. Within the days since, the horrifying footage has been shared on a number of social media platforms, together with TikTok, the place it reportedly ended up on the video-sharing app’s “For You” trending homepage. A flood of social media customers have expressed their alarm at stumbling on the clip and warned others to keep away from watching the bearded vet commit suicide. “In case you see this man in your FYP [For You page] please scroll up instantly, it’s very ugly and...
    Nutritious and scrumptious! Kevin Bacon broke down his “morning mango routine” with step-by-step directions on his favourite method to put together the fruit. The Footloose star, 62, posted the video by way of TikTok on Saturday, August 22, and famous that he needed to communicate in a hushed tone as a result of his spouse, Kyra Sedgwick, was nonetheless asleep. “Good morning, I’ve to maintain my voice down as a result of you already know who remains to be asleep,” he stated. “I simply needed to point out you my morning mango routine. I’m sorry should you already know this trick.”Kevin Bacon ShutterstockBacon started by slicing the fruit into items — a technique that he stated is his “favourite” as a result of it leaves “no stringy components in your enamel.” Then, the Mystic River actor squeezed a lime over the mango and referred to as it “refreshing.” For the following step, Bacon added chili powder however acknowledged that he might need been somewhat heavy-handed with the spice. “That was a bit an excessive amount of,” he stated earlier...
    TikTok A TikTok video from Charlotte Woodward, a incapacity advocate and girl with Down Syndrome, has gone viral as she described discrimination and boundaries she has confronted attributable to her incapacity. The video, posted by the Nationwide Down Syndrome Society (NDSS) per week in the past, has over a million views.Woodward Listed A number of Challenges That Individuals With Down Syndrome [email protected] don’t get it both! ##downsyndrome ##learnontiktok♬ 아무노래(Any track) – kozico0914https://www.tiktok.com/embed.js One factor she notes is that the Honest Labor Requirements Act permits employers to pay individuals with a bodily or psychological incapacity lower than minimal wage, or – as she known as it – subminimum wage. The NDSS is lobbying for the passage of the Transition to Aggressive Employment Act, which might get rid of the discrepancy. Woodward additionally famous, “I can’t get married or I’ll lose my healthcare and helps.” Based on the Social Safety Administration, “SSDI disabled grownup ‘little one’ advantages proceed so long as the person stays disabled. Marriage of the disabled grownup ‘little one’ could have an...
    Apple has no real interest in buying TikTok, the corporate stated on Tuesday, denying a report by information web site Axios from earlier within the day. Axios, citing sources exterior Apple, earlier reported the iPhone maker has expressed curiosity in shopping for the ByteDance-owned agency. Microsoft is presently negotiating a deal to accumulate the favored short-video app, with a 45-day deadline imposed by President Trump’s administration. Final week, Trump stated he was planning to ban TikTok amid considerations its Chinese language possession represents a nationwide safety threat due to the non-public knowledge it handles.
    LONDON – TikTok proprietor ByteDance will transfer its headquarters to London from Beijing below a deal permitted by British ministers, The Solar newspaper reported. ByteDance’s founders are to announce their intention to arrange store in London quickly, the newspaper stated, including that the transfer was prone to upset U.S. President Donald Trump who has thought of banning TikTok in the US. It was not instantly doable to succeed in TikTok for remark. Microsoft Corp stated on Sunday that it will proceed discussions to accumulate in style short-video app TikTok from Chinese language web large ByteDance, and that it was aiming to conclude the negotiations by Sept. 15.
    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo stated during a Fox News interview with Laura Ingraham that the United States is “looking at” banning TikTok and other Chinese-owned social media apps. After raising how the government has dealt with the threat of Chinese telecom companies like Huawei, Pompeo said, “With respect to Chinese apps on peoples’ cellphones, the United States will get this one right too.” CNBC reports that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Laura Ingraham during a Fox News interview this week that the federal government is “looking at” banning TikTok and other China-owned social media apps as scrutiny on Chinese tech companies grows. When asked in an interview with Fox News if banning TikTok and other Chinese apps was a possibility, Pompeo stated: “We are taking this very seriously. We are certainly looking at it.” Pompeo went on to add: We have worked on this very issue for a long time. Whether it was the problems of having Huawei technology in your infrastructure we’ve gone all over the world and we’re making real progress getting that out. We declared...
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