In the past few months, tiktok, the U.S. bidding company and the U.S. government have been engaged in a seesaw war, and the deal has been repeated.
In September 21st, the WeChat official account of the byte beating issued a note on the TikToks untrue rumors, which explained that the byte beating was related to Oracles possible use and possession of TikTok source code.
Byte skipping said that the current solution does not involve the transfer of any algorithm and technology. Oracle has the right to check tiktoks source code in the United States, and displaying the source code is a general solution for multinational enterprises to encounter local data security concerns. In addition, the newly established tiktok global is a 100% owned subsidiary of byte jump.
On September 18, the U.S. Department of Commerce issued an order banning tiktok downloading in the United States from September 20. On the 19th, the US Department of Commerce extended the tiktok download ban to September 27. Subsequently, tiktoks parent company, byte hopping, applied to a US federal judge for an injunction to stop the download ban issued by the trump administration.
On the evening of September 27 local time, the Federal District Court of the District of Columbia in the United States ruled to suspend the implementation of the administrative order of the United States government to remove tiktok from the U.S. mobile app store. The administrative order would have come into effect within a few hours (23:59 local time on the 27th).