Tencent Backed TikTok Clone Zynn Banned From App Store

Zynn, a Chinese video sharing app backed by Tencent, has been removed from the IOS App Store and Google Play Store due to complaints of plagiarism. Alex describes the blatant nature in which Zynn stole and published content to fake user accounts that were easily identifiable, and looks at some more competent examples of platforms doing this in the past.

This is an excerpt from episode 94 of Winner Take All. Watch the full episode here: youtu.be/vxrfQOCOBaA

Originally Aired: 06/11/20

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