Judge Temporarily Blocks Order from President Trump, Which Would’ve Banned U.S TikTok Downloads

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A judge has temporarily blocked an order from the Trump administration that would have banned TikTok from being downloaded from U.S. app stores. (NBC image)

(NBC) – A judge has temporarily blocked an order from the Trump administration that would have banned TikTok from being downloaded from U.S. app stores.

At the end of the day on Sunday, the U.S. government could have forced app stores run by Apple and Google to remove TikTok.

But after a hearing on Sunday, Judge Carl Nichols of United States District Court for the District of Columbia, granted an injunction against that order.

The judge, however, did not block a much broader ban set to come into effect on Nov. 12 in the U.S., which could effectively make TikTok unusable.

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