Trump’s Administration Forget To Ban Tiktok, Says TikTok

Tiktok is everyone’s utmost source of entertainment and one can pass hours and hours on this app. But recently ban tiktok has been taking rounds on internet. And several countries has already banned the app. The reasons behind banning tiktok culture is very reasonable and understandable which is privacy issues.

News has it that exposes all your countries security and due to that India has banned it forever as well and so many other countries as well. But when it comes to USA Tiktok has a huge fan following and most of the tiktokers are now can be considered as celebrities. And Trump announced as well that the TikTok will be ban in the USA as well.

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Which left so many tiktokers and the fan little heartbroken but the accepted it for the sake have nation’s defence. But the interesting point over here is even after announcing there was nothing that anyone could se thing like ban Tiktok.

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Trump Adminstration Forget To Ban Tiktok:

And later we all forget these rumors or announcement. But recently the verified account “The Verge” just posted a tweet on official their twitter saying, Trump administration forget to ban tiktok.

The verge posted all the whats and ifs of tiktok not getting banned in usa which is quite shocking:

“TikTok has filed a petition in a US Court of Appeals calling for a review of actions by the Trump administration’s Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFUIS). The reason, according to the company, is that it hasn’t heard from the committee in weeks about an imminent deadline for parent company ByteDance to sell off US assets over national security concerns.

The CFIUS set the deadline of November 12th for TikTok to divest itself of “any tangible or intangible assets or property, wherever located, used to enable or support ByteDance’s operation of the TikTok application in the United States.” TikTok says it applied for a 30-day extension that was allowed for in the CFIUS’ order but hasn’t received any communication on the matter. It’s not clear what would actually happen if the deadline passed; TikTok was granted a preliminary injunction against it late last month.”

Are you a tiktok fan? and if yes then which app do you think will take the place of much-hyped tiktok?

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