TikTok exploring ‘all remedies’ to safeguard ‘rule of law’ in US ban

 

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TikTok has condemned the Trump administration’s executive order to ban the popular Chinese social media app, pledging to explore all possible actions to ensure “the rule of law is not discarded”. #boommemes

It describes the US move as one that lacked due process and based on unsubstantiated information.

Expressing “shock” over the executive order, TikTok said in a statement Friday it had reached out to the US government for almost a year in efforts to resolve concerns it had over data security. “What we encountered instead was that the administration paid no attention to facts, dictated terms of an agreement without going through standard legal processes, and tried to insert itself into negotiations between private businesses,” it said.

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US President Donald Trump this week signed two executive orders barring any US transaction with TikTok, its parent company ByteDance, and its subsidiaries, as well as with popular Chinese messaging app WeChat and its parent company Tencent. The orders would take effect in 44 days. TikTok has hit more than 175 million downloads in the US, and 800 million worldwide, while WeChat has more than 1.2 billion monthly active users across the globe.

Trump had alleged that apps developed in China threatened his country’s national security, foreign policy, and economy. “TikTok automatically captures vast swaths of information from its users, including internet and other network activity information such as location data and browsing and search histories,” the order noted. “This data collection threatens to allow the Chinese Communist Party access to Americans’ personal and proprietary information, potentially allowing China to track the locations of federal employees and contractors, build dossiers of personal information for blackmail, and conduct espionage.”

In its statement, TikTok noted that it had been willing to work with the relevant officials to identify a solution that could benefit its users and partners, amongst others, as well as the broader US community. However, there had been no due process or adherence to the law on the part of the US government.

Instead, the administration had relied on unnamed reports that carried no citations and played up fears, which had “no substantiation”, that the app might be used misinformation campaigns.

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