The judge’s decision comes after five TikTok influencers and ByteDance filed lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of the ban. The surprise move means TikTok will remain available in Montana and ByteDance and its app stores will avoid hefty fines.

The ban was initially prompted by data privacy concerns and allegations of ties to the Chinese government, but TikTok has vehemently denied these allegations.

The Montana case sets a precedent for similar decisions across the country.

Source: Ferra

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