“The U.S. ban on tiktok may take tiktok off the shelves in apple and Google’s app stores, and prohibit advertising on the app.” After US President trump signed an executive order banning tiktok from providing services in the United States on Thursday, Reuters said the executive order may prevent U.S. app stores from providing tiktok short video applications and make advertising on the platform illegal, according to a white house document. On August 6, local time, trump signed an administrative order, saying that mobile phone applications tiktok and wechat “pose a threat to the national security of the United States”, and will prohibit any enterprise or individual subject to the jurisdiction of the United States from conducting any transaction with the byte skipping of tiktok parent company, or conducting wechat related transactions with Tencent and its subsidiaries after 45 days. However, how to prohibit and the scope of the prohibition are not specified in the administrative order. However, according to the White House document quoted by Reuters on the 12th, the US government is considering cracking down on tiktok’s key aspects of operation and capital. According to the document, “prohibited transactions may include, for example, the provision of the tiktok application protocol on the app store Advertise on tiktok and accept the terms of service for downloading the tiktok application to the user’s device. ” On the authenticity of the White House document, Reuters said a source familiar with the documents confirmed it. But tiktok did not immediately respond to a request for comment. In addition, in response to the possible impact of the move, Reuters quoted technology industry experts as saying that it may seriously damage the future development of tiktok. James Lewis of the center for Strategic Studies in the United States said: “James Lewis, an expert on cyber security in the United States, will be quoted as saying. If they want to develop, these Regulations are a huge obstacle. ” But he added that the U.S. government may not be able to prevent Americans from downloading tiktok from foreign websites. However, according to the White House document, it is not clear whether the United States will impose a similar crackdown on wechat, a social media application owned by China’s Tencent Holdings Limited, and trump tried to ban wechat in an executive order last week, according to the White House document. After trump signed the executive order last week, the parent company of tiktok jumped. In a statement sent to the global times global network, the parent company of tiktok said it was shocked that the latest executive order issued by the president of the United States did not follow due process of law. In the statement, byte beat reiterated that tiktok had never shared user data with the Chinese government and had never reviewed content on request, saying that the U.S. government could not give fair treatment and would resort to U.S. courts. In addition, the US National Public Radio (NPR) quoted people familiar with the matter on the 8th, saying that tiktok plans to file a federal lawsuit against the trump government as soon as 11. The lawsuit will go to the Federal District Court for the Southern District of California, where tiktok’s U.S. operations are based. According to the report, tiktok will accuse trump of directly signing the executive order in the lawsuit, which is suspected of violating the U.S. Constitution, that the accusation of tiktok in the executive order is groundless, and trump has overstepped his power. At a regular press conference held by the Chinese Foreign Ministry on August 10, Zhao Lijian, spokesman of the Ministry of foreign affairs, said in response to relevant questions that China firmly opposes the US side’s violation of market principles and WTO rules, generalization of national security concept, abuse of national power, and unreasonable suppression of non-U.S. enterprises such as tiktok. This kind of naked bullying and political manipulation has long been seen through by the United States and the international community, and has been condemned by people from all walks of life. This is their due end. We urge the US side to correct its hysterical wrong practices, abide by market principles and WTO rules, and stop unreasonable repression and discriminatory restrictions on relevant enterprises.