ByteDance reportedly reaches deal to sell TikTok American operations

TikTok's parent company, ByteDance, is known to have agreed to sell U.S. operations to prevent the Trump administration from banning it in the United States Reuters .

It wasn't clear how the deal with Toyota would be banned or prevent the ban, but Reuters is responsible for protecting Microsoft user data in the United States, and the plan is that other US companies will Allows you to take over TikTok.

Executives have threatened to ban video sharing apps for weeks. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the ban on July 7 is "what we see." “We are banned from the United States,” said President Trump on Friday, but said nothing other than plans to take action early Saturday.

TikTok US governor Vanessa Papas said in a Saturday video that "we have no plans to go anywhere" and that the company "is here in the long run." Pompeo compared the two Chinese companies, Tic-Talk, Huawei, and ZTE, which the Trump administration designated as a threat to US national security. Appears when you try to vacate your rally. According to a report released on Friday, the Trump administration has potentially proposed that TikTok's Chinese owners should sell it, and several published reports say Microsoft is undergoing advanced negotiations to take over the company.

American law has no precedent for blocking software, like China's great firewall.


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