Following the US, UK, and New Zealand’s rejection of TikTok on government phones due to security concerns, other countries may be encouraged to follow suit. Countries may issue advisories or warnings about the potential risks of using TikTok and other social media platforms on government phones, and may even consider introducing regulations and restrictions on their use. Additionally, countries may choose to create their own secure apps that are tailored to their specific security requirements. In some cases, this could mean introducing an entirely new app that is designed to meet the strict security standards of the government. In other cases, this could involve adapting existing apps to better meet the security standards of government agencies.