On August 22, according to Reuters, tiktok is preparing to file a lawsuit against the first executive order issued by US President trump on August 6, which forbids any U.S. individual or enterprise from trading with tiktok and its Chinese parent company byte hopping, people familiar with the matter said. The lawsuit will start as early as next Monday, local time in the United States. On August 14, trump issued an administrative order again, requiring that byte skipping must divest tiktok’s U.S. business within 90 days. Byte jump has been negotiating with potential buyers such as Microsoft and Oracle, and some U.S. investors with byte jump may also join the final deal and occupy some shares. According to sources, tiktok’s claim is related to an administrative order issued by trump on August 6. The executive order requires the U.S. Secretary of Commerce to submit a list of transactions between byte hopping and its subsidiaries, which will be banned after 45 days (September 20). It is understood that tiktok sued on the basis that the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA) was invoked by the administrative order on August 6, and due process was not followed. Tiktok will also object to the White House’s view of it as a threat to U.S. national security, the source said. < / P > < p > it is not yet clear which court tiktok will bring the suit. The company has previously said it will try a variety of legal means, and its employees are preparing their own appeals. < / P > < p > tiktok is popular among teenagers with its relaxed and pleasant dance videos. However, the US government is concerned that its user data may be shared with the Chinese government. < / P > < p > as tiktok has not formally sued, the source asked to remain anonymous. Byte skipping declined to comment, and a White House spokesman declined to comment. < / P > < p > tiktok filed a lawsuit against the administrative order of August 6, which may not change the outcome of the U.S. business of tiktok that must be split. That’s because Trump’s executive order on August 14 to ask tiktok to sell is not subject to judicial review. < / P > < p > the trump administration is stepping up efforts to clean up Chinese applications in the US digital network. In addition to tiktok, trump also issued an administrative order prohibiting any person or enterprise in the United States from trading with Tencent’s wechat. Trump has said he will support Microsoft’s acquisition of tiktok’s U.S. business if the U.S. government can get a “big draw” from the deal. But he also noted that tiktok has several other potential buyers of interest, such as Oracle.