The content creators said the first-of-its-kind law is unconstitutional as it violates their free speech rights. The bill was recently signed into law by Gov. Greg Gianforte as a way to protect Montana residents from alleged data harvesting by Chinese government operatives, but the complaint counters the state does not have purview over national security matters.
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Little Surprise as Montana TikTok Ban Heads to Court
- Friday, May 19 2023
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A cohort of five TikTok content producers filed a lawsuit aimed at overturning Montana’s ban of the app. So reports the Associated Press.
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