Two executive orders signed by the president will effectively ban the popular TikTok app, unless a US company takes it over within 45 days.
The future of the popular app is up in the air.
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The tech giant said in a statement that Apple is “alone” as the only general purpose platform denying access to its service.
Chinese-made apps like TikTok are a “national emergency,” one order says.
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President Trump said Friday he plans to ban TikTok in the US.
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