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TikTok bill makes strange bedfellows

14 March 2024

6:55 AM

14 March 2024

6:55 AM

Congress struck a major blow against TikTok’s Chinese ownership Thursday morning, by passing the Protecting Americans from Foreign Adversary Controlled Applications Act, which would require parent company ByteDance to sell its US entity within six months in order to retain access to American app stores and web hosting services.

The bill, passed by a 352-65 margin, now heads to the Senate.

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