buying TikTok would be a “poison gift” for Microsoft

Wired, Gates described Microsoft’s attempted purchase of TikTok as a poisoned chalice, or poison gift in Spanish. “data-reactid =” 12 “> In his philanthropic position, Bill Gates has more freedom to give his opinion on certain matters. In an interview for Wired, Gates described the attempted purchase of TikTok by part of Microsoft as a poisoned chalice, or poisoned gift in Spanish.

executive orders not only to cease the activity of TikTok in the United States in 45 days, but also that of WeChat, an instant messaging development that is used by people to communicate with relatives in China. The argument: the threat they pose to the safety of their citizens. “Data-reactid =” 25 “> On August 6, 2020, the President of the United States, Donald Trump, signed executive orders not only to cease activity TikTok in the United States in 45 days, but also WeChat, a development of instant messaging that is used by people to communicate with relatives in China.The argument: the threat they pose to the safety of their citizens.

The purchase of TikTok by an American company has been put as an alternative for it to continue with its operations in that country. In addition to Microsoft’s interest, it is assumed that Twitter also raised its hand to take over the platform’s operations in the United States.

will file a lawsuit against the Trump administration on August 11, mainly because its executive order is unfounded, “it only reiterates the rhetoric about China that has been around.” “data-reactid =” 27 “> In response, the signing of ByteDance will file a federal lawsuit against the Trump administration on August 11, mainly because its executive order is unfounded, “it only reiterates the rhetoric about China that has been around.”

Before Trump made his threats against TikTok a reality, the short video platform declared that he would not go anywhere, that he “is here (in the United States) for the long term.”