“The last sunny corner of the Internet” — according to the independent on the 18th, tiktok, a short video social networking platform, launched a new website to refute the slander of the US government. < / P > < p > the front page of the website said, “rumors and false news about tiktok are flooding in Washington and some media. Let’s correct these misconceptions.”. Tiktok stressed that the app is not available in China and has never provided any US user data to the Chinese government, and any suggestion to the contrary is groundless and clearly wrong. The company also said user data is stored in Virginia, backed up in Singapore, and has measures to protect user privacy. The website also quoted a recent report in the New York Times that the CIA found no evidence that Chinese intelligence agencies used tiktok to intercept data from US Internet users. Under the situation of trade and political tensions between China and the United States, trump signed an administrative order on August 6, forbidding US enterprises or individuals from carrying out transactions related to byte skipping and Tencent’s wechat after 45 days, and asked byte hop to sell tiktok’s US business. Subsequently, an administrative order was signed on August 14, requiring byte skipping to divest tiktok’s business in the United States within 90 days. According to the US “Capitol Hill” reported on the 18th, tiktok employees are ready to file a lawsuit against tiktok’s trading ban. Goldwin, a lawyer representing tiktok and a well-known rights lawyer of Blackstone law group, said he would file a lawsuit in the federal court later this week, accusing Trump’s ban as administrative ultra vires and would damage the constitutional rights of tiktok’s employees Benefits include the right to remuneration. Attorneys say they are considering lawsuits in the Southern District of New York, Northern California or Washington, D.C. Patrick Ryan, technical project manager at tiktok USA, will file a lawsuit on behalf of employees, according to the report. He said the lawsuit would focus on due process rights under the U.S. Constitution, and that the president of the United States has no right to “decide on a whim whether an enterprise can operate in the United States”. If Trump’s ban comes into effect next month, about 1500 employees in tiktok and its parent company, byte hopping, are at risk of not getting paid, he said. According to the report, Ryan launched a fund-raising campaign on the crowdfunding platform to hire lawyers to challenge the U.S. government. “Please help tiktok employees fight to keep their salaries,” Ryan wrote on the fundraising interface < p > < p > since Microsoft announced in early August that it was negotiating with byte hop on the acquisition of tiktok’s U.S. and other multinational businesses, many enterprises have been exposed to be interested in joining the bidding team. The latest report says that Oracle, an American technology company, is also interested in acquiring tiktok business. According to the US CNBC website reported on the 19th, trump said on the 18th: “Oracle is a great company, I think Oracle can certainly cope with it.” Trump went on to say, “I think whether it’s Microsoft or Oracle, or anyone else (no matter who) they have to give the United States a good compensation, because we [the U.S. government] made it possible to buy tiktok. “. < / P > < p > China has made its position on tiktok issue many times. At a regular press conference on the 17th, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said that tiktok had met almost all the requirements put forward by the US side, but still could not escape the usurpation taken by some American people out of bandit logic and political self-interest. Some politicians in the United States have to invent something out of thin air and make tiktok dead. We urge the US side to immediately correct its mistakes, stop slandering China, and stop beating down enterprises of other countries unreasonably.