“TicTac has filed a petition in the U.S. Court of Appeals seeking to review the actions of the Trump administration’s Foreign Investment Committee (CFUIS) in the United States.“
TickTalk said the Trump administration seems to have completely forgotten about banning the app, and about forcibly selling American assets.
From To the edge Tonight:
TicTac has filed a petition in the U.S. Court of Appeals seeking to review the actions of the Trump administration’s Foreign Investment Committee (CFUIS) in the United States. The reason, according to the company, was that within weeks it had not heard from the committee about the impending deadline for the parent company ByteDance to sell U.S. assets on national security issues.
TFITACK “CFIUS has set a November 12 deadline for the expiration of any explicit or incomplete assets or assets anywhere used to initiate or support the operation of the bite dance of the TicTac application in the United States. No communication was received.It is not clear what will actually happen after the deadline; TickTalk has been granted a Basic prohibition Against this at the end of last month.
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