Understanding China’s WeChat app

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ST. LOUIS (KTVI) - The internet is such a free-wheeling place unless you live in a country that practices censorship. Take China for example; in 2010, Google shut down its Chinese search engine because of censorship. In its place, China created WeChat, a one-stop app that allows someone to do several different things.

Scott Schaffer of Blade Technologies visits the Fox 2 News Morning Show to explain some of the things WeChat does and if it’s a trustworthy app.