The US court agreed to expedite the appeal against the ban on Tech's business
The US court agreed to expedite the appeal against the ban on Tech's business

The US Court of Appeals on Wednesday (Wednesday) agreed to speed up the appeal against the Department of Justice's decision to prevent the government from downloading new TikTok apps from the US app store.

US District Court Judge Carl Nichols issued a court order in Washington on September 27 prohibiting the US Department of Commerce from revoking the Apple App Store and Google order over Chinese-owned short video sharing apps. How to prevent new users from downloading the application.

An appeals court in Washington said: All arrest warrants are expected to be submitted and pending by November 12. The government will deliver the opening speech on Friday.

The Chinese app owner ByteDance is under pressure to sell the best-selling app. The White House has confirmed that TikTok raises national security concerns as the Chinese government has access to personal data collected from the 100 million Americans who use the app. Any implementation agreement has yet to be reviewed by the US government's Foreign Investment Commission.

It is also reported that negotiations are underway between Walmart and Oracle to acquire shares in the new company TikTok Global, which will oversee TikTok's US operations.

However, the main terms of the deal (including majority ownership) remain controversial. Bytedance also said: Every transaction requires approval from China. Beijing has revised its list of technologies subject to an export ban in order to have a say in every Tik-Token transaction.

Nichols plans to hold a hearing on November 4 to allow the US government to block transactions with TikTok. The company has warned of an effective ban on the app's use in the United States. These restrictions are expected to take effect on November 12.

A federal judge in San Francisco has prevented similar restrictions from taking effect, which could prevent use of Tencent's WeChat app. The government is expected to hold a hearing on Thursday urging the government to block Chinese text messaging apps immediately.

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