TikTok is DOWN! Users around the world report that video tastes have been reset

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If all your video likes on TikTok are reset, you are not alone.

Tens of thousands of users around the world are having problems with the popular video sharing app.

Videos with thousands of likes are now displayed with only zero, sparking a frenzy on Twitter where users have flocked to share their frustrations.

However, there are fears that TikTok may be completely closed, as there have been rumors in the past that it would one day end.

Shortly after the publication of reports, TikTok addressed the blackout on Twitter: “Hello TikTok community! We are aware that some users are experiencing application issues – are working to resolve the issues quickly, and we will be sharing the updates here!

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Tens of thousands of users in the U.S. and parts of Europe are having problems with the popular video sharing app. The most notable problem is that all video likes have been reset.

The outage appears to have started around 2 p.m. ET, with more than 17,000 users reporting issues on Downdetector, a site that monitors outages for online sites, services and applications.

The problems first appeared in parts of the United States and the United Kingdom, but quickly affected users around the world.

Users share the issues on Twitter, with many noting that all of their tastes are gone, while others believe TikTok has been officially banned.

Others have reported problems logging into their accounts or even the complete loss of their profile.

However, there are fears that TikTok will be completely closed, as there have been rumors in the past that it would one day end.

However, there are fears that TikTok will be completely closed, as there have been rumors in the past that it would one day end.

Many users were confused to have their thousands of video likes reset to zero

Many users were confused to have their thousands of video likes reset to zero

A user wrote on Downdetector: ‘guess it’s time to say goodbye to TikTok.’

Although all likes have disappeared, users still have comments left by other members.

Rumors that the popular app has been closed have been circulating on the web for years.

A case occurred in 2018, when a tweet that appeared to come from the verified TikTok profile outright revealed that the application was going to close on October 26, 2018.

The screenshot said: ‘TikTok will close on October 26, 2018. Due to the negativity of our network. It was nice while it lasted. Many thanks to everyone at TikTok! ”

Although all likes have disappeared, users still have comments left by other members. Rumors that the popular app has been closed have been circulating on the web for years

Although all likes have disappeared, users still have comments left by other members. Rumors that the popular app has been closed have been circulating on the web for years

TikTok allows its users to publish short mobile videos and show their creativity to the applications of 800 million members. With the crash, many users felt lost without being able to use the app

TikTok allows its users to publish short mobile videos and show their creativity to the applications of 800 million members. With the crash, many users felt lost without being able to use the app

And just last January, the social media giant again said to unplug its service.

TikTok allows its users to publish short mobile videos and show their creativity to the applications of 800 million members.

However, the Chinese firm has been criticized as a threat to national security in the United States.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Monday that the United States is considering banning TikTok.

Pompeo told Laura Ingram of Fox News that he and President Trump agreed that the app would collect data from users’ cell phones and then share the information directly with Beijing “very seriously”.

Pompeo made comments when asked whether the U.S. should consider banning Chinese social media apps, especially TikTok.

“When it comes to Chinese applications on people’s cell phones, I can assure you that the United States will succeed,” said Pompeo.

“I don’t want to go out in front of the president [Donald Trump], but it’s something we’re looking at.

The Washington diplomat added that Americans should only download the application “if you want your private information to be in the hands of the Chinese Communist Party.”

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