After the ban in India, the Chinese short video app is not taking the name of Tiktok's problem. There has been talking about banning Ticketcock from the USA for the last month but now the matter is clear. The US president has said on Friday that he will sign an executive order on Saturday to ban Tiktok (TikTok) in the United States. Like India, Ticketock is accused of spying on people in America.
Following Trump's announcement on Friday, talks took place between the White House and Ticketcock's parent company ByteDance and Ticketock's potential buyers. Microsoft is also the name of the list of purchasers of Ticketlock. Ticketcock may soon make the deal to avoid Bain in the US.
Meanwhile, a report by the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg said that the Trump administration is preparing an order in which Chinese company ByteDance can be asked to sell its business in the US. Due to this, the possible dangers arising from this Chinese app in view of security have been cited as a major reason.
If Ticketcock is banned in the US, it would be the second biggest blow to ByteDance in just two months. Ticketcock's monthly active users in the US are 80 million or 80 million.
Let us know that recently the US had said that if Ticketock had to work in America then he would have to break ties with China, while Donald Trump had started a campaign against Ticketlock a few days back on his Facebook page and Instagram account.
Donald Trump has released an advertisement on Facebook and Instagram against Baktika Tiktok. New York Times reporter Taylor Lorenz has tweeted the information about Trump's anti-Ticketcock campaign. The tagline of the Ticketock campaign of Trump was 'Ticketlock is spying on you.' The poster reads TEXT "TRUMP" TO 88022