House passes bill that would force TikTok’s China parent company to sell or face ban

The US House of Representatives has passed a bill that could force TikTok’s Chinese parent company to sell the app or face a ban on all U.S. devices.

Legislative action: The House passed a bipartisan bill which demands TikTok’s Chinese parent company to sell off the app.
* If the company fails to comply, they will face a ban on all U.S. devices.
* Overwhelming support was noted for this decision in the House.

Implications: The move has significant consequences for TikTok’s operations in the U.S.
* An inability to comply with the bill could result in a major disruption of TikTok’s services in the U.S.

The aftermath: The next steps of enforcement and effects of the law are yet to be seen.
* It is unclear currently what the response of TikTok’s parent company will be.
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