TikTok chief denies allegations on its alliance with the Chinese Government in its recent letter to the Indian Government after its ban. The letter was sent ahead of a likely meeting with government officials. | Digit

The recently banned short video app and social network TikTok reportedly found to be distancing itself from China in their latest letter to the Indian Government. The ban on 59 applications was ordered in response to the ongoing military tensions between the two countries at the borders. As seen by Reuters, in its recent letter dated June 28 to the Indian Government, TikTok Chief Executive, Kevin Mayer, said the Chinese Government has never requested user data, nor would the company turn it over if asked.  TikTok is highly prevalent in India, as its…