Exclusive: Most people are put off by TikTok’s personal data gathering

TikTok on a phone in front of the USA flag

Folks have robust emotions about TikTok harvesting and accessing delicate knowledge (opens in new tab) about them, based on our survey of 1,000 TechRadar Professional readers (500 within the US and 500 within the UK). 

We discovered that almost all of those who use the platform do care if the corporate tracks their biometric knowledge, the best way they appear, or if it harvests the info generated by their gadgets’ sensors.