Feb 12, 2021 News
The U.S. Department of Justice stated that after the Biden administration took office, the U.S. Department of Commerce began to review a series of previously issued decisions, including the ban on the WeChat mobile application.
On the 10th local time, the U.S. government has asked the Federal Court to suspend the ban on TikTok's global version of TikTok. (CCTV reporter Liu Xiaoqian)
U.S. government asks the federal court to suspend the TikTok ban
CCTV News Client February 11, 2021
On the 10th local time, the US Biden government asked the Federal Court to suspend the ban on TikTok's overseas version of TikTok to re-examine the threat of this mobile application U.S. national security.
The U.S. Department of Justice submitted a document to the Federal Court that the new U.S. government has begun to review this mobile application. It will not currently require a ban on mobile applications like the Trump administration.
Earlier in the day, according to sources quoted by The Wall Street Journal, the Biden administration had indefinitely shelved plans to sell TikTok to American investors. Subsequently, the White House Press Secretary Psaki said that there is no specific timetable for the review of TikTok and other issues related to Chinese technology companies by the Biden administration.