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Joe Rogan Is ” Suspicious of TikTok – What Does He Mean?

Joe Rogan has raised concerns about TikTok in various episodes of ‘The Joe Rogan Experience’, and recently shared a post on his Instagram with these worries. Although some people stood against it, many others agreed with Rogan’s concern in the post’s comments section.

Joe Rogan is skeptical of TikTok

While many young people view TikTok as a fun source of entertainment and influence, Rogan sees it as a shady application..

Joe Rogan isn’t the only one who has negative things to say about TikTok. In his podcast, he revealed that even the software engineers who designed TikTok said it was the most disturbing piece of software they’d ever made. The fact that it allows cross-platform spying is what first raised red flags for Rogan. And now, with suggestions being made by TikTok to follow a certain person just because of how close their phones are, he’s even more suspicious of the app.

Joe Rogan photos at UFC 269 ceremonial weigh-in – Las Vegas, Nevada – December 10, 2021. In another episode with Mike Baker, Rogan said military officials consider the application a cyber threat. Lieutenant Colonel Robin Ochoa confirmed this to Military Dot Com, saying the Army does not allow it on government phones. The UFC commentator’s component part suspicion of the dicey application has mounted since then.

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Rogan is concerned about TikTok monitoring people’s location

Joe Rogan recently posted on Instagram, suggesting that TikTok is shady. The post read: “TikTok Parent ByteDance Planned To Use TikTok To Monitor The Physical Location Of Specific American Citizens.” He pinned a comment which said: “Anyone else think this might be a real f**king problem?”

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These are some testimonials from previous customers:

  • Just to put it out there, Trump warned us about this before.
  • I know, right? That sounds like a conspiracy theory!
  • I refuse to use Tiktok because it is a spying device.
  • What domestic tracking and surveillance? I thought we were free to do whatever we want in this country!
  • There are millions of people on social media because they lack common sense.
  • This business is not to be trusted.
  • This app is a weapon and it needs to be banned.
  • It’s a real problem, and I’m glad I don’t have it!
  • It’s time to take action and do something about it.
  • This is definitely spyware.
  • Is this really okay with you, Joe?

Joe Rogan’s recent social media post about the new app has blown up in popularity, and it seems like the public understands his points. While many people agree with what he said, others are saying that it’s fine as-is.

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What do you think of Joe Rogan’s idea? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

Krushna Pattnaik is a UFC writer at Essentially Sports. He comes from a pharmaceutical background and has a master’s degree in the same field, with multiple scientific publications to his name. His passion for combat sports and writing led him to Essentially Sports, where he could combine both of his passions in one place. He is an instrumentalist and loves reading books.

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