On the contrary? Amazon and Google have jointly called for opposition to trumps executive order

 On the contrary? Amazon and Google have jointly called for opposition to trumps executive order

According to reports, Trumps new regulations will narrow the right of social media companies to delete objectionable content. These large technology companies stressed that from a legal point of view, Trumps new requirements to regulate social media activities have no legal support and are entirely based on personal beliefs and may cause errors. The introduction of new regulations to regulate social media activities could deprive them of legal protection in the fight against online fraud, swindlers and other inappropriate content..

According to reports, trump signed an executive order in May to regulate social media activities in the country. Trump believes that social media can do whatever they want before the law is enacted. Earlier, a message from Trump on twitter was marked with a special flag, warning readers that the information contained in the post may be inaccurate and needs further verification. In response, trump publicly threatened to further strengthen regulation if social media in the United States continues to cover up conservative voices..

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Tiktoks hard case against the US government

In August 6th, when the administrative order was signed, TikTok (TikTok International Version) was transferred in 45 days. President Trump issued an administrative order in August 14th to increase the chip, which was purchased by the US Foreign Investment Commission (CFIUS) in 2017. Musical.ly (the predecessor of tiktok) is to require the company to divest tiktok assets in the United States and its collection in the United States within 90 days Any data.

As chairman of CFIUS, U.S. Treasury Secretary mnuchin issued the legal basis for interpreting the second executive order: the Foreign Investment Commission conducted a detailed review of the case and unanimously recommended that the president take this action to protect U.S. users from the use of personal data..

After the first administrative order was issued, byte skipping has indicated that it will file a lawsuit against the U.S. government. Now that the second executive order comes down, what is the basis of challenging the two executive orders through the judicial channels of the United States? What are the chances of success?

The second administrative order mending knife

Tiktok in the United States for Chinas science and technology software to fight a blood path, has become recognized as a blockbuster. In May this year, tiktok had 119.9 million downloads worldwide, double the same period in 2019. In overseas markets with tiktok, India has 20% of the total downloads, while the US ranks second, accounting for 9.3%.

According to data from SensorTower, the mobile terminal application market, in May, the global revenue of jitter and TikTok exceeded 95 million 700 thousand US dollars, 10.6 times the same period in 2019, and won the world mobile app tiktok. About 89% of the revenue comes from the Chinese market; the US market ranks second, accounting for 6.2% of the total revenue.

Tiktoks success has made it a thorn in the eye of American competitors and regulators. Last year, the U.S. Congress began a national security based investigation into tiktok. The two focuses of the survey are: content review system and personal information control.

In order to put pressure on tiktok, Trumps two administrative decrees seek different legal basis.

The second administrative order gives the U.S. government a more reliable tool of attack and defense, because if the first administrative order is challenged by litigation, whether the ban on social software constitutes a deprivation of private property in violation of procedural justice has not been tested by the court. The second administrative order is based on the Cfius precedent and has clear legal procedures to implement, which should be more able to withstand legal challenges.

That is to say, the second administrative order is like the insurance policy of the first administrative order. It does not replace the first administrative order, but creates a second legal basis for the divestiture requirement and other implementation measures, so that trump can fasten the safety belt on the sling of the first administrative order.

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