Americans have been pretty frustrated with some of the content that spreads on social networks like Facebook and Twitter. But, at least in those cases, users have some recourse and can take action to ensure platforms are following rules regarding speech (both free, and hate). But what happens when the hottest social network is run by a Chinese company? Tik Tok, formerly known as Musically, has long been one of the hottest apps among kids. And now it’s attracting a lot of adults, including celebrities. One thing Tik Tok isn’t attracting is accurate stories about what’s going on Hong Kong. Tik Tok could be just a fun Karaoke-like app for teens. But it also could be at the front lines of the ongoing information wars. From WaPo: TikTok’s Beijing roots fuel censorship suspicion as it builds a huge U.S. audience.