Court to Hear TikTok Challenge on September 16

The TikTok ban will face a U.S. court of appeals.
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Court to Hear TikTok Challenge on September 16

A U.S. appeals court will hear arguments on September 16 regarding a law that mandates TikTok's China-based parent company, ByteDance, to divest its U.S. operations by January 19 or face a ban.

TikTok and ByteDance are contesting the law, claiming it infringes on free speech and individual liberty. The court's decision could significantly impact TikTok's 150 million U.S. users. China has indicated it would block any forced sale, adding complexity to the case. This hearing may delay any potential ban, allowing TikTok to remain available.

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