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A federal judge has barred the Trump administration, for the moment, from enforcing IEEPA sanctions against TikTok. Here’s why.
The latest episode of the Cyberlaw Podcast.
On June 20th, President Donald Trump showed up in Tulsa, Oklahoma for his first campaign rally after a three-month hiatus. Before the rally, the Trump campaign bragged about the million tickets that had been pre-requested. But when the rally started only 6200 people showed up at the arena, and the President addressed a sea of empty chairs.
Tik Tok sues the U.S. government, the U.S. tightens the Huawei semi-conductor blacklist and other news.
Lawfare's biweekly roundup of U.S.-China technology policy and national security news.
The latest moves are part of a comprehensive strategy to purge anything Chinese from the U.S. telecommunications and internet ecosystem.
The administration’s move may invite additional restrictions on the application of a key U.S. foreign and security tool.
Because now you really need to explain things to your teenager.
Chinese companies have more independence than Americans may realize—but the potential for interference in TikTok by the Chinese government is real, and there’s little that the app’s parent company can do about it.