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U.S. Magistrate Judge Laurel Beeler has denied the appeal of the government to reverse the previous allowance of WeChat to operate in the U.S. The government has appealed against Beeler's decision.
The second season of the Fall Guys is not yet ready to hit the servers but the recent update 1.09 fixes bugs, introduces new levels and brings some general new features to the game.
The social media giant bans groups, pages, as well as Instagram accounts related to QAnon. The policy update came after the firm's previous attempt to stop the surging misinformation.
The Chinese government stated that the U.S. ban on Chinese apps is inconsistent with WTO rules and restricts cross-border trading services. It could launch an official complaint to the Geneva body.
The Chinese government would rather see TikTok U.S. shut down than being forcefully sold. The officials believe that a forced sale would make the government and ByteDance appear weak.
Donald Trump says that he will not extend the deadline set for ByteDance to to sell off its US-based assets. The deadline is September,20th. The firm has less then 9 days to avoid complete ban.
Movies Anywhere launched a new Watch Together feature which lets users sync up and enjoy the movie together. The feature is available on mobile and desktop app, allowing up to 9 viewers.
Biden's campaign banned TikTok from its staffer's mobile devices citing the privacy and security concerns as the firm has been under suspicion that it might share data with the Chinese Government.
Australian Competition and Consumer has filed a case against the tech giant Google for failing to properly inform the customers and not getting their consent when expanding its personal data use.
U.S. President Donald Trump's campaign is now running ads against TikTok on Facebook and Instagram warning people that the company is spying on users and was caught red-handed doing so.
The company behind TikTok is reportedly planning to move its HQ outside China, after repeated accusations of possible data sharing to the Chinese government. London is among the locations considered.
Yesterday, Amazon sent out emails to some of its employees, asking them to delete TikTok from their phones. After a few hours passed, Amazon unbanned the app, calling the move a mistake.