Foreign media revealed details of tiktok ban in the United States, which may not be able to do

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 Foreign media revealed details of tiktok ban in the United States, which may not be able to do


According to Reuters, documents issued by the White House to supporters last week show that the U.S. government is considering putting obstacles in key areas such as tiktoks operation and financing. According to the document, the prohibited transactions with tiktok may include: an agreement to allow tiktok to be put on the app store; to place advertisements on tiktok; and to accept the terms of service for downloading tiktok to users devices.

According to the report, the authenticity of the document has been confirmed by a source familiar with the White House documents.

Banning tiktok from appearing in the app store of apple and Googles parent company, alphabet, could hurt the apps development, Reuters quoted some technology industry experts as saying.

This will kill tiktok in the United States. James Lewis, a cyber security expert at the center for strategic and international studies in Washington, said, if they want to develop, these constraints will be a huge obstacle.

But Lewis also said the U.S. government may not be able to prevent Americans from downloading tiktok from foreign websites.

New York Times said on the 10th that many enterprises were confused because the trump government did not specify the specific content of these transactions, so they did not know whether their business would be forced to adjust.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }After the trump executive order was issued, tiktok said that he would seek legal means to resist the unreasonable practices of the U.S. government. In addition, tiktok told advertisers that it would continue to push ahead with planned advertising deals and refund any ads that could not be completed, according to Reuters. Just in case, tiktok is working with the traffic big V on the platform to migrate them to other platforms. Some advertisers told Reuters they were drafting contingency plans and considering using other apps for marketing. According to the report, it is not clear whether Trumps executive order will be implemented. Microsoft is in talks with tiktok to acquire tiktoks businesses in North America, Australia and New Zealand. If the deal is successful, Trumps executive order banning trading with tiktok will become meaningless, Reuters commented. On August 7, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin denounced the US governments practice as naked hegemonic act. Wang Wenbin stressed that the United States would not hesitate to damage the rights and interests of the vast number of users and companies in the United States, put its own private interests above market principles and international rules, and wantonly carried out political manipulation and political repression, and would eventually reap its own fruit. Source: observer.com Author: Liu Chenghui editor: Yang Qiang_ NN6027

After the trump executive order was issued, tiktok said it would seek legal means to resist the unreasonable practices of the U.S. government. In addition, tiktok told advertisers that it would continue to push ahead with planned advertising deals and refund any ads that could not be completed, according to Reuters. Just in case, tiktok is working with the traffic big V on the platform to migrate them to other platforms. Some advertisers told Reuters they were drafting contingency plans and considering using other apps for marketing.

According to the report, it is not clear whether Trumps executive order will be implemented. Microsoft is in talks with tiktok to acquire tiktoks businesses in North America, Australia and New Zealand. If the deal is successful, Trumps executive order banning trading with tiktok will become meaningless, Reuters commented.

On August 7, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin denounced the US governments practice as naked hegemonic act. Wang Wenbin stressed that the United States would not hesitate to damage the rights and interests of the vast number of users and companies in the United States, put its own private interests above market principles and international rules, and wantonly carried out political manipulation and political repression, and would eventually reap its own fruit.