The judge suspended Trump's TikTok ban

A federal judge on Sunday overturned a Trump administration order banning the popular video-sharing app TikTok from US smartphone app stores.

 

The judge suspended Trump's TikTok ban

A more comprehensive ban is set for November, about a week after the presidential election. The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, Judge Carl Nichols later refused to suspend the ban.

 

The decision led to an emergency hearing Sunday morning in which Tick Tick's lawyers argued that the management's ban on the App Store violated the company's First Amendment rights and caused irreparable damage to the business.

 

Earlier this year, President Donald Trump announced that TikTok was a threat to national security and that he should either sell his US operations to US companies or suspend the country.

 

They also banned China's WeChat app from the App Stores, but over the weekend, a California judge lifted the ban. In that case, according to NPR, the judge said the Trump administration presented "little evidence" to support the belief that Chinese apps were a threat to national security.

 

Tik Tok told NPR that he was happy with the court's decision.

 

"We will continue to defend our rights for the benefit of our community and employees. At the same time, we will continue our ongoing negotiations with the government to reverse our proposal, which the President announced last weekend." Turned into an agreement with initial approval. "

 

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