Montana faces lawsuit from TikTok following ban on the Chinese-owned app

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Montana faces lawsuit from TikTok following the state's ban on the Chinese-owned app
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Montana faces lawsuit from TikTok following the state's ban on the Chinese-owned app

TikTok argues that Montana's ban infringes upon the constitutional right to free speech protected by the First Amendment

Chinese-owned video-sharing app TikTok filed a lawsuit yesterday in a US federal court, seeking to prevent the state of Montana from enforcing a complete ban on the app. The action follows the rece...

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