On August 24, local time, TikTok formally filed a lawsuit in California federal court against the first executive order issued by the Trump administration on August 6. TikTok believes that the U.S. government has not given the company a fair chance to defend itself, and President Trump’s executive order does not apply to TikTok and is illegal.
TikTok said in a statement: “Trump’s executive order against TikTok threatens to ban our business in the United States, a ban that not only seeks to deprive millions of American users of the entertainment and communication platform that they have relied on during the pandemic, it will also jeopardize us as Americans. 10,000 jobs provided. Faced with behavior like this, we have no choice but to sue.”
TikTok’s lawsuit targets Trump’s first executive order on August 6, which prohibits U.S. individuals and businesses from transacting with TikTok and its parent company ByteDance, which will be closed 45 days later (September 2019). 20) to be banned. On August 14, Trump issued another executive order, requiring ByteDance to divest TikTok’s US business within 90 days. ByteDance is negotiating with potential acquirers such as Microsoft and Oracle, and the lawsuit against the August 6 executive order does not affect the negotiations.
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