Let us know: Would your business be impacted if TikTok was banned?

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Kiki Sideris, a reporter for The News Movement (TNM), a social media news operation re-imagined for Gen-Z consumers, use her phone to produce a TikTok video on Wednesday, March 1, 2023, in New York. TNM uses a staff of reporters with an average age of 25 to make tailored news content for sites like TikTok, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews) (Bebeto Matthews, Copyright 2023 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.)

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.Half of Americans say they have created a TikTok account — many using the platform to promote themselves or their businesses.

Word on the street is people want TikTok gone, a lot of people. So far, TikTok has been banned from all government-issued mobile devices. Could Americans soon lose access to the app?

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We want to know: If TikTok was banned in the U.S., would that hurt your business? Please explain below.

About the Author:

Carianne Luter is a social media producer for News4Jax and has worked at Channel 4 since December 2015. She graduated from the University of North Florida with a communication degree.