TikTok employees plan to file an injunction against US President Donald Trump’s executive order to ensure the company can still pay employees. Photo: Reuters TikTok employees plan to file an injunction against US President Donald Trump’s executive order to ensure the company can still pay employees. Photo: Reuters
TikTok employees plan to file an injunction against US President Donald Trump’s executive order to ensure the company can still pay employees. Photo: Reuters
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TikTok staff raise more than US$11,600 in a day for injunction against Trump’s ‘uncool’ executive order

  • US President Donald Trump’s executive order last week targeting TikTok would prevent TikTok from paying its employees, according to a crowdfunding campaign
  • The campaign, raising funds for employees to file an injunction against the order, hit more than a third of its US$30,000 goal in a day

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TikTok employees plan to file an injunction against US President Donald Trump’s executive order to ensure the company can still pay employees. Photo: Reuters TikTok employees plan to file an injunction against US President Donald Trump’s executive order to ensure the company can still pay employees. Photo: Reuters
TikTok employees plan to file an injunction against US President Donald Trump’s executive order to ensure the company can still pay employees. Photo: Reuters
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