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Major universities and other schools across the U.S. are collectively banning TikTok. 

Jan 19 2023

Major universities and other schools across the U.S. are collectively banning TikTok. Gen Z’s favorite social platform will no longer be accessible to them on campus Wi-Fi networks. A growing list of schools including the University of Texas – Austin, University of Alabama, University System of Georgia, and more, say they hope to “eliminate risks to information contained in the university’s network and to [their] critical infrastructure.” Online creators who attend these colleges are worried about the future of their content and the frequency of their online presence while residing on campus. (Fingers crossed ‘Bama Rush 2023 will not be impacted.) YPulse’s The TikTok Effect trend data shows that the app’s user rate isn’t dropping anytime soon—but if it ever does, Instagram is the top app young people say they would flock to next. (Today)