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  • the Chinese parent company behind short video APP ticktock has filed a new legal challenge against the Trump administration.

  • A U.

  • S government order is forcing bite dance to Celtic talks.

  • American operations, however, late on Tuesday by Dance asked a U.

  • S appeals court for a review of the order, which it claims is unconstitutional.

  • President Donald Trump signed the executive order in August, giving by Dance 90 days to divest Tik TAKS US operations or risk being banned.

  • The Thursday deadline is now fast approaching.

  • The Trump Administration contends Ticktock poses a national security threat, saying it could give China's government access to the personal data of over 100 million American users.

  • Ticktock denies the allegations by Dance has been in talks with Walmart and Oracle to shift Tik TAKS US assets into a new entity and is requesting a 30 day extension on the divestment order so it can finalize the terms of the deal.

  • One sticky issue that remains is who owns what in the new company, Ticktock global but by dance says communications with the government have stalled and wants more time.

  • The White House and Treasury declined to comment, while the Justice Department did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

  • Separate restrictions on tick tock have already been blocked by federal courts, including a ban which would have removed Ticktock from Apple and Google's US APP stores.

the Chinese parent company behind short video APP ticktock has filed a new legal challenge against the Trump administration.

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ByteDance challenges Trump's order to divest TikTok

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/12
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