Short video platform TikTok, which has attracted scrutiny from Washington for its ties to China, is postponing meetings between its CEO and US lawmakers that were planned for this week.“TikTok has no higher priority than ensuring Congress Members’ questions are addressed fully and transparently. To ensure these conversations are as productive as possible, we’re postponing these meetings until after the holidays,” said a TikTok spokesman in an emailed statement on Wednesday.The meetings planned…


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