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14 March 2024 - House passes bill that could lead to US ban of TikTok

Publié par Marion Coste le 14/03/2024

What to Know About the TikTok Bill That the House Passed

David McCabe and Sapna Maheshwari (The New York Times, 13/03/2024)

House lawmakers on Wednesday approved legislation meant to force ByteDance, the Chinese internet company, to sell its wildly popular social media app TikTok.

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Wait, is America actually banning TikTok now?

Brian Fung (CNN, 13/03/2024)

House lawmakers are moving with dizzying speed with a plan that could ban TikTok from the United States. In the span of two days this week, a key House committee introduced and approved a bill targeting TikTok. The full House is set to vote on it as early as next week, and the White House says President Joe Biden is prepared to sign it.

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The House Sends China a TikTok Post

Editorial Board (Wall Street Journal, 13/03/2024)

Well, you don’t see that every day. We mean Wednesday’s overwhelming House vote, 352-65, to require TikTok to sever ties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) or face a U.S. ban.

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It’s Just an App. America won’t miss TikTok.

Kate Lindsay (The Atlantic, 13/03/2024)

In 2019, I had full-blown app fatigue. My scrolling time was dominated by Instagram and Twitter, my idle hours by YouTube, and on top of that I was still checking Facebook, Snapchat, and whatever buzzy platform my friends were touting that week.

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