After the decision of the European Commission, the Italian government is also evaluating a possible blockade of TikTok for civil servants. This was announced by the Minister of Public Administration Paolo Zangrillo to Repubblica: “The issue has been under attention for a few days”, explains Zangrillo. “Copsir is already making an effort on this subject, but it is clear that my ministry, having 3.2 million employees, is heavily involved – he explains – The options may be to move in the same way as the European Commission did or possibly hire a different decision. It is a choice that I cannot make alone, I have to compare myself with the other institutions and together we will agree on a line”.
The times, however, explains the minister, will be tight, with a possible summit after the weekend. “The subject has recently arrived on the agenda. Next week we will have to confront each other and try to arrive at a synthesis. We will make a decision quickly. Now – he concludes – we must understand well what is actually the depth of the risks associated with the national security”.
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