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March 13, 2024
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  • The House voted to ban TikTok from operating in the US or force a sale
  • Olivia Munn’s breast cancer was found 2 months after a normal mammogram

In a recent development, the US House of Representatives passed a bill targeting TikTok, which would effectively ban the popular social media app from operating in the United States or force a sale to an American company. This decision comes amidst concerns over data privacy and national security issues related to the Chinese-owned platform.

Additionally, actress Olivia Munn shared her experience of being diagnosed with breast cancer just two months after a normal mammogram. This highlights the importance of regular screenings and early detection in the fight against cancer.

These events underscore the ongoing conversations around tech regulation and healthcare awareness in the US, as policymakers and individuals grapple with issues ranging from data security to personal health.

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