(Washington, DC) -- Democratic U.S. Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon is leading a group of lawmakers in introducing a new bill to protect TikTok user information. The bipartisan group of six senators and two members of the House of Representatives say the Chinese-owned app poses serious security risks to the data of Americans. Senators say the bill introduced Wednesday would stop the app from sending personal information to China. TikTok is denying the claims of improper data use and says it spent more than one-point-five-billion dollars on security measures.