Global network reporter Hou Jiaxin] after the US media disclosed that tiktok’s American employees planned to sue the trump government, according to the latest news from the US “Capitol Hill” on August 18, tiktok American employees are ready to challenge president Trump’s ban on tiktok. According to their lawyers, they will file a lawsuit in federal court later this week. Patrick Ryan, technical project manager and representative of tiktok’s U.S. employees, told Capitol Hill that the lawsuit would focus on constitutional due process rights, the report said. Mr. Ryan insisted that it was not up to the president to decide whether to allow the company to operate in the US. Ryan added that when Trump’s ban comes into effect next month, about 1500 tiktok and its parent company’s byte hopping employees are at risk of not being paid. 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 for our salaries,” Ryan wrote on the fundraising interface. So far, the amount raised has exceeded 13000 US dollars. < p > < p > < p > Blackstone law group and Mike Godwin, a prominent Internet rights lawyer, will file a lawsuit on behalf of tiktok’s U.S. employees, according to the Capitol Hill. They are expected to file a lawsuit in federal court later this week. Lawyers say they are considering lawsuits in the Southern District of New York, Northern California or Washington, D.C. Tiktok tiktok,
Trump signed an administrative decree on August 6th, calling the overseas version of TikTok and WeChat a threat to the national security of the United States. It will prohibit any American individual or entity from trading with the overseas version of TikTok (TikTok), WeChat and its China parent company after 45 days. < / P > < p > trump signed another administrative order on August 14, local time, requiring byte hop to divest any tangible and intangible assets that enable tiktok to operate in the United States within 90 days, and give byte hop a reason that has been used up to acquire US video applications in 2017 Musical.ly Qualitative – there is a risk of “endangering national security”. < / P > < p > China has made its position on tiktok issue many times. At a regular press conference on August 17, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said that tiktok had met almost all the requirements of 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. Zhao Li insisted that this kind of bullying is a blatant denial of the market economy and fair competition principle that the United States has always boasted. It violates international trade rules and wantonly infringes on the interests of other countries, and will certainly damage the interests of the United States itself. We urge the US side to immediately correct its mistakes, stop slandering China, and stop beating down enterprises of other countries unreasonably.