When will new federal legislation enabling the executive branch to ban or prohibit TikTok from operating in the US become law?
Closing Jan 01, 2024 08:01AM UTC
On 7 March 2023, a bipartisan group of senators introduced the RESTRICT Act, legislation designed to empower the executive branch to, among other things, prohibit companies from certain countries from performing transactions in the US (US News & World Report, NBC News, Sen. Mark Warner, TechCrunch, Congress.gov - S.686). The date the legislation would take effect and whether TikTok is actually banned would be immaterial.
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|Possible Answer||Crowd Forecast||Change in last 24 hours||Change in last week||Change in last month|
|Before 11 August 2023||7.19%||+0.19%||-1.31%||-6.81%|
|Between 11 August 2023 and 31 December 2023||23.04%||+0.04%||+2.54%||+3.04%|
|Not before 1 January 2024||69.77%||-0.23%||-1.23%||+3.77%|