According to Reuters, people familiar with the matter said tiktok is preparing to file a lawsuit against the first administrative order issued by President trump on August 6, which prohibits any individual and enterprise in the United States from trading with the byte beat of tiktok and its Chinese parent company. The lawsuit will be initiated as early as Monday, local time in the United States. The source said tiktok’s claim was related to an administrative order issued by trump on August 6. The executive order requires the Secretary of Commerce to submit a list of byte beats and its subsidiaries, which will be closed 45 days later (September 20). It is understood that tiktok’s prosecution was based on the fact that the international emergency economic power act (IEEPA) was invoked by an administrative order on 6 August and did not follow due process. Tiktok will also object to what the White House sees as a threat to U.S. national security, the news said. It is not yet certain which court tiktok will bring a lawsuit. The company has previously said it will try a variety of legal means, and its employees are preparing to appeal on their own. On the evening of local time, President trump signed an administrative order to strip any tangible and intangible assets that would enable tiktok to operate in the United States within 90 days, and set that tiktok has the risk of “endangering national security”. For the US companies to acquire tiktock’s US business, trump has said that if the U.S. government can get “a substantial part” of the benefits from the acquisition, he will support Microsoft’s acquisition of tiktok’s U.S. business, but he also said he would welcome other potential buyers who are interested in tiktok, such as Oracle. The reason why the United States does so is, in the words of trump and some U.S. officials, that the Chinese government will collect personal data from users through tiktok, which poses a threat to national security. It is not reasonable to say that such charges are reasonable. According to the current situation, byte beating is indeed facing the deadline for trump to issue administrative orders, otherwise it will close its business in the United States. According to analysts, tiktok has a business value of between $20billion and $50billion in the United States, and tiktok currently has more than 100million users in the United States. But tiktok didn’t seem to retreat. In an interview Thursday, Vanessa papas, general manager of tiktok, said tiktok will continue to operate its popular music and video applications in the United States, regardless of the consequences of the U.S. government ban on its business, foreign media reported. “We have made it clear that we strongly oppose the Cfius conclusion and are disappointed by the results we see,” said [/p > < p > papas. We still don’t see any evidence to support these claims and assertions. ” “< p > < p > papas declined to comment on the acquisition negotiation of Microsoft and the intention of Oracle. She said she was providing staff with multiple forums to openly express concerns and concerns, including weekly town hall meetings, and she would anonymously answer questions from the 1500 U.S. employees in tiktok. “We are in an extremely turbulent era. So the message we’re sending is that let’s focus on what you can control, “papas said.” with pay, our commitment is firm again. Our commitment to users and employees has never wavered, and we believe we will operate for a long time here. ” According to the US media, the US government wants to intercept some of the money from China to obtain a portion of the tiktok transaction, and the amount of the transaction from it may be as high as $30billion. It is unclear how the government will collect some of the sales and whether the law allows it to do so. As tiktok has not yet formally sued, the source asked to remain anonymous. Byte beat declined to comment, and a White House spokesman declined to comment. The lawsuit against the administrative order of August 6 by tiktok may not change the end of the byte jump that must split the TikTok US business. This is because the executive order trump asked tiktok to sell on 14 August is not subject to judicial review. The trump government is stepping up efforts to clean up “untrusted” Chinese applications in the U.S. digital network. In addition to tiktok, trump has issued an administrative order prohibiting any individual and business in the United States from trading with Tencent’s wechat. Mr trump has said that if the U.S. government can get “a big draw” from the deal, he will support Microsoft’s acquisition of tiktok’s US business. But he also mentioned that tiktok also has several other potential buyers of interest, such as Oracle. According to Bloomberg, alphabet, Google’s parent company, may buy “minority equity” in tiktok. Google is unlikely to buy itself, given the huge regulatory pressures at home and around the world. In addition, Google already has youtube, and YouTube is developing its competitive products. At present, Microsoft and Oracle have joined the competition of acquiring tiktok. On Tuesday, President trump said he supported Oracle Corp. in its acquisition of tiktok’s U.S. business.