Judge agrees to delay US government restrictions on WeChat


The Trump Administration's restrictions on Wechat have been put on hold by a California judge. We chat is owned by the Chinese company. Tencent has 19 million regular uses in the United States, and it was set to disappear from US AB strolls on Sunday Midnight eastern time. Administration claims that the represents a national security threat. But the judge found the government provided scant evidence that the effective ban would address those concerns. She also said that we chat serves as a public virtual public square for the Chinese speaking in Chinese American community in the U. S. And as a practical matter, it is their only means of communication. So the band there by operates as a prior restraint on their right to free speech,

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