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TikTok files a lawsuit against the U.S. government, arguing that a prospective ban infringes upon the First Amendment

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TikTok filed a lawsuit against the federal government on Tuesday to prevent the enforcement of a statute signed into law last month. This bill would prohibit popular video-sharing apps from being distributed in the United States unless ByteDance, a Chinese parent company, sells them.

In their case, submitted to the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, TikTok and ByteDance assert that the prohibition infringes upon the First Amendment rights of its 170 million users in the United States.

According to the complaint, “For the first time in history, Congress has enacted a law that subjects a single, named speech platform to a permanent, nationwide ban and bars every American from participating in a unique online community with more than 1 billion people worldwide.” The prohibition is “unconstitutional.”

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If ByteDance does not sell TikTok, the law would prohibit app stores and web hosting services from making the service available to Americans.

Legislators highlighted national security concerns tied to TikTok’s ownership by China to enact the Protecting Americans From Foreign Adversary Controlled Applications Act. They claimed that TikTok might potentially turn over sensitive data about Americans or use the app to propagate propaganda.

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If ByteDance does not sell TikTok, the law would make it illegal for app shops and web hosting services to facilitate the service’s availability to American users.

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