Bipartisan efforts to ban the app in America would be a great blow to our economy and our liberty.
Market forces have historically disrupted the tech sector and will continue to do so.
Seattle School District Sues Google, Facebook, Snapchat, and TikTok for Causing Teen 'Mental Health Crisis'
It's hard to believe its arguments will hold up in court.
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The lawsuit alleges that TikTok's algorithm funnels inappropriate content directly to teens. That not only defies logic, but it is also antithetical to how a social media platform keeps users.
In his dismissal order, the judge cited Section 230, the law protecting websites from liability for user-generated content.
Despite acknowledging that "the costume issue is small," the Iredell-Statesville School Board is suggesting banning animal costumes in response to online rumors.
It would be far easier to prosecute sex trafficking if voluntary sex work were legal.
For the officer's excessive force, the protester was later awarded a $175,000 settlement over the 2016 incident.
A lawsuit alleges that the social media giant "tries to conceal the dangerous and addictive nature of its product, lulling users and parents into a false sense of security."
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Are TikTok security risks real or imagined? And will users be served by greater federal government intervention?
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Are Kids Stealing Because TikTok Made It Seem Cool, or Is the 'Devious Licks' Freakout Yet Another Adult-Led Moral Panic?
TikTok's "devious licks" trend has earned the company and its teen users plenty of scorn. But what's actually going on?