Trump’s edict caused a flurry of interest by tech companies, including Oracle and Microsoft, which partnered with Walmart and Japan’s Softbank Group to bid on the app. n/a" href=" ;utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=article&referring_guid=313818cb-2ea4-4246-8b0a-94d42c60983c" target="_blank">artificial intelligence, voice recognition, and content recommendation that would need government approval before they could be transferred, on the grounds of national security.
After President Trump gave TikTok owner ByteDance 90 days to sell the app over national security concerns, China issued new regulations on Friday that could restrict or even ban the export of certain technology while requiring companies to first seek government approval.
China just updated its export rules to include what a Chinese trade expert called "some forefront technologies." https://t.co/2bNFZ3FWXY— USA TODAY Tech (@usatodaytech) September 1, 2020
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