TikTok survives in current form after judge's ruling

Judge Carl Nichols of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia halted the ban of TikTok that was set to go into effect tonight at midnight. The ban would have covered new downloads of the app in the U.S.

Attorneys for TikTok made the case that the ban infringed on free speech and due process rights.

The plan for Oracle and Walmart to become minority investors in a new TikTok Global (BDNCE) is still up in the air.


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