ByteDance

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ByteDance is a Beijing-based Chinese Internet technology company founded in March 2012 by Zhang Yiming. It is known for operating a group of machine-learning-enabled social media platform, such as TikTok, Helo, Vigo Video, Douyin (the Chinese version of TikTok), BaBe, and Huoshan. As of May 2020, ByteDance is reportedly worth $100 billion. ByteDance is a direct competitor to other Chinese giants, including Alibaba, Baidu, and Tencent.

TikTok Owner ByteDance Launched Its Own Payment Service

ByteDance acquired a payment license when it bought a payments solution provider called Wuhan Hezhong Yibao Technology in 2020. The license allows Douyin to offer payment features.

ByteDance Shuts Down the Development of Its Smartphones

In 2019, ByteDance announced plans to develop its own smartphone. The Chinese company acquired some of Smartisan's patents and employed several of its staff members, but the idea of creating its own smartphone was abandoned.
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Judge Halts the Trump Administration's Attempt to Ban TikTok Downloads in the U.S

Judge of the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., temporarily granted a preliminary injunction to TikTok in four hours before the ban was to take effect.
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Federal Court Issues a Preliminary Injunction to Block WeChat and TikTok in the United States

TikTok and WeChat blocking decrees should enter into force on September 20, but the judge decided to issue a preliminary injunction to block WeChat in the United States.
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ByteDance Rejects Microsoft's Bid for TikTok

The Chinese company ByteDance will not sell its TikTok social media platform to Microsoft. It chose to partner with Oracle instead.
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TikTok Ban: Why Is Trump Banning It, What Are the Consequences, and How to Bypass TikTok Ban

Using a VPN to have access to TikTok will help you protect yourself, and your data will remain hidden so that no one could trace you.

Twitter Has Held 'Preliminary Talks' About TikTok Acquisition

Twitter has reportedly held "preliminary talks" with TikTok about its acquisition, but Microsoft is still the front-runner and is ready to pay more than $30 billion for the social media platform.

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