One of the only things Democrats and Republicans agree on is the threat posed by China. They’ve been sizing up TikTok, the titanic Chinese-owned social media network with more than 100 million US users, for years. Washington DC has already banned it from government devices, citing privacy and spying risks. But now the thinly populated state of Montana has thrown the first real punch. It has banned the video-sharing app and will fine app providers $10,000 per day for each time someone “is offered the ability” to download TikTok. Could Montana be the first of many states? The Biden administration has already threatened to ban the app unless its Chinese parent company ByteDance sells its shares.