Mark Zuckerberg: buried TikTok at Trump dinner

Η facing το τελευταίο διάστημα από την κυβέρνηση Trump. Σύμφωνα όμως με μια δημοσίευση της Wall Street Journal, το Facebook ήταν αυτό που τα ξεκίνησε όλα.

The Wall Street Journal reports that Zuckerberg ενημέρωσε προσωπικά τον πρόεδρο Donald Trump για την κινέζικη εταιρεία, κατά την διάρκεια ενός γεύματος που είχε παραθέσει ο Αμερικάνος πρόεδρος στα τέλη του περασμένου έτους.

So Facebook not only "killed" a very fast-rising rival, but also according to a representative of Senator Josh Hawley used TikTok to the of lawmakers from the regulatory actions they wanted for Facebook. According to Kelli Ford he was using the issue as a "PR tactic to boost Facebook."

Facebook has a reputation for not wanting to compete, and has historically proven it either by acquiring its rivals or by copying τους. Ωστόσο, οι πρώτες απόπειρες του Facebook για αντιγραφή του TikTok απέτυχαν εντελώς, και λόγω του μεγαλύτερου κανονιστικού , was finding it increasingly difficult to acquire the company.

So Facebook, which supports every lobby in Washington, has found a new way to "kill" the competition, with TikTok CEO Kevin Mayer saying that they have been "viciously attacked by our competitor - namely Facebook - masquerading as a patriot and planning to end TikTok's presence on ".

Η TikTok έχει επί του παρόντος μέχρι τις 12 Νοεμβρίου να εκποιήσει τα περιουσιακά της στοιχεία που εδρεύουν στις ΗΠΑ, με την να θέλει να αγοράσει την εταιρεία, αφού φυσικά έλαβε τις ευλογίες του Donald Trump. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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