TikTok ban is difficult to take effect, the US Court of Appeals challenged the government’s legal basis

A collegiate judge of the Washington Court of Appeals questioned the current government’s continuous efforts to prohibit users from downloading TikTok again. At a hearing held on Monday, two of the three judges implied that they did not agree with the legal basis for the US government to seek to ban TikTok.

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The U.S. Circuit Judge Patricia Millett said that the U.S. government relied on a “quite narrow definition of indirect regulation.” Another U.S. circuit judge, Judith Rogers, was more blunt, “Congress made the law, but the government’s reason for applying for an injunction seems to be the opposite.” The third circuit judge, Robert Wilkins (Robert L. Wilkins) has yet to comment.

It seems that the US ban on TikTok is unlikely to take effect. Prior to this, federal judges in Washington and Pennsylvania have issued temporary injunctions to prevent the US Department of Commerce from imposing restrictions on TikTok’s business.


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