TikTok plans to sue the Trump administration for banning it
TikTok plans to sue the Trump administration for banning it

TikTok plans to sue the Trump administration over the president's ban on law enforcement in the United States, according to a report published by NPR on Saturday.

The video sharing app is very popular with young people and will file a federal lawsuit before Tuesday based on who directly participated in the next lawsuit on the site on Tuesday but wasn't authorized to speak on the company's behalf. A person familiar with the matter said the lawsuit is filed in the Southern District Court in California, where the Tik Tok business is located.

NPR has learned that the lawsuit argues that President Trump's longstanding actions are unconstitutional. Because he did not give the company a chance to respond. The source also claimed that he also claimed that the government's defense of national security was unfounded.

The White House declined to comment on the proposed trial, but defended the presidential decree. According to a White House spokesperson (Good Deer), "The government is committed to protecting the American people from all cyber threats related to critical infrastructure, public health and safety, our economy. And national security."

According to an executive order issued by the president on Thursday evening, all "treatment" between US citizens and the Chinese company (TikTok) ByteDance is prohibited within 45 days for reasons of national security. People think such a package of bans is fatal for TikTok in the US.

NRP report with Ad Buyers said: (TikTok) Advertisers are preparing to block their app ads in the US and is ready for a refund for the campaigns that cannot be broadcast.

Although the advertising business for short video apps is still in its infancy, the app's estimated revenue for 2020 is $ 1 billion, which is only a small fraction. Of Chinese ByteDance user total sales. However, the app has become a popular niche market for brands looking to attract young users.

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