The U.S House officially passed the bill to ban TikTok

The U.S. House has officially passed the bill to ban TikTok if its owner, Chinese company ByteDance, refuses to sell the platform.

The U.S. House has officially passed the bill to ban TikTok if its owner, Chinese company ByteDance, refuses to sell the platform.
The U.S. House has officially passed the bill to ban TikTok if its owner, Chinese company ByteDance, refuses to sell the platform.

 On Wednesday passed bipartisan legislation to force TikTok’s Chinese parent company to sell the wildly popular social media platform or face a ban in the U.S.

The bill if enacted, would give ByteDance six months to divest from TikTok before app stores would start prohibiting access.

The bill passed despite an eleventh-hour lobbying push from TikTok’s supporters and some opposition from former President Donald Trump, Who reversed his position on the social media app.

 

This brought a lot of reactions from the U.S Tiktok users on  microblogging app X formerly Twitter

“we have completely lost the plot in this country lmao” @stophammerzeit

 

“Oh that’s not-. Wish the US would care about more important things about gun laws & the constitutional right to abortion. It’s sad they’re banning a platform that does more for Palestine than the US government…” @arianaunext

 

 

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