President Biden is withdrawing Trump-period executive orders that looked to boycott new downloads of TikTok and WeChat — and is requesting a Commerce Department survey of safety concerns presented by the popular apps, the White House said Wednesday.

His new executive request guides the department to attempt what officials portrayed as an “evidence-based” examination of transactions including apps that are made or provided or constrained by China, media announced.

Officials are generally worried about apps that gather clients’ persona data or have associations with Chinese military or insight exercises.

The department likewise will make proposals on the most proficient method to additionally secure Americans’ hereditary and personal health information, as per senior administration officials.

Previous President Donald Trump’s administration had tried to block new clients from downloading the Chinese-claimed TikTok and WeChat apps and boycott other technical transactions that the stages both said would successfully block their utilization in the US.