International game of chicken At this point between China and the Trump administration on Tiktok this episode looks like an episode of “The Bachelor”, like Sittitters Microsoft, Twitter, And Walmart Competition for the app’s US assets due to a possible ban. Obviously, however, China will choose option d) none of the above.
Chinese officials reportedly believe that requesting the Trump administration’s demands would undermine the authority of both Bytdance, Tickcock’s China-based parent company and Beijing, with three people who appear to be vulnerable told Reuters Friday On condition of anonymity. Instead of looking at ByteDance forcibly selling TickTalk’s US operations to avoid the threat of a White House threat, Beijing would prefer to shut down the app altogether, both in the US and other markets.
Two sources told Reuters that Chinese officials were willing to delay whatever deal was reached by using the country to byteadance Newly updated export control rules if need be. Last month, China revised its technology export list for the first time in 12 years, requiring a federal license to export “technology based on data analysis for personal information recommendation services” to use TechTalk As one feels too big.
When asked President Donald In a press briefing on Friday, Trump and the Tickcock deal, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian accused the US of strong-foreign companies under the guise of national security concerns.
If you’re not doing all this drama, Trump and other federal officials claim Beijing is taking advantage of Tickcock to spy on its American users. The popular short-form video app is watched and viewed by nearly 500 million users worldwide 46 million downloads In the US alone in 2019. To date, TikTok has strongly denied these allegations and repeatedly stated that all data from American users is stored on domestic servers. While the company has taken steps to advance Tiktok’s US operations from Bydance, the administration has proceeded with its fearlessness, Trump has issued an executive order in August Threatened to effectively impose sanctions in the US until BiteDance surrendered ownership.
Trump gave the company a deadline to hand over Tiktok’s US assets before the ban, though that would also apply That looks a little fuzzy When he really is. Can be zero Just a few days away Or it can be 20 September Or it can be all the way November. Just as Trump starred in his own twisted version of Tickcock’s “The Bachelor”, clearly “Whose line is it going on anyway!”: Everything remains and dates don’t matter!