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    Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) announced Tuesday that it had reached a $585,000 settlement in a lawsuit involving a former resident who rose to fame as the “TikTok Doc” and was accused of sexual assault and harassment.  The lawsuit, which was filed in February, initially included a complaint from an individual identified as an employee at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center.  The plaintiff accused Dr. Jason Campbell of repeated harassment and on one occasion of attempting to force himself and his erection onto the plaintiff while at work.  Additional court documents filed in the case last month included accusations from additional women that showed an alleged pattern of sexual assault and harassment.  The multi-million dollar lawsuit had claimed that OHSU managers were made aware of the alleged harassment and assault but did not take appropriate action against Campbell, who gained fame on social media in 2020 for posting dancing clips that went viral on the video-sharing app TikTok.  OHSU announced the settlement Tuesday in a joint statement with the plaintiff’s attorneys.  The university wrote that it wished to offer...
    TikTok and parent company ByteDance filed a lawsuit late Friday against the Trump administration to try to fend off a ban on new downloads of the app set to take effect Sunday, The Wall Street Journal reported. TikTok says in the lawsuit that the Trump administration’s decision to ban new downloads of the app, announced Friday, violates free speech protections. The administration, which includes the Commerce Department, “took this extraordinary action of prohibiting a popular communication and information-sharing platform without affording its owners … due process of law, and for political reasons rather than because of any ‘unusual and extraordinary threat’ to the United States,” according to the suit. It’s not the first time TikTok has argued that the Trump administration acted against it without due process. The administration called for a TikTok ban earlier this year over what it said were data security concerns, and demanded that ByteDance sell TikTok US operations to an American company by September 15th. TikTok filed a suit against President Trump in August, arguing that Trump’s original order did not provide any evidence...
    Music company T-Series has issued notices to many social video platforms, including Bolo Indya, Mitron, MX Player’s Takatak, Triller and Josh, for copyright violations and warned them against using the work of the company on their platforms in any form. T-Series Deletes and Apologises For Uploading Atif Aslam’s Kinna Sona. The Super Cassettes Industries Private Limited, which operates under the brand name T-Series, has asked each of these short-video platforms to pay around Rs 3.5 crore in damage and “render accounts of all revenues illegally earned” by the platforms from the copyrighted content, as per an infringement notice. Divya Khosla Kumar Calls Sonu Nigam ‘Thankless’ As She Responds to His Accusations Against Husband Bhushan Kumar and T-Series. The company has also served notice to Chinese app Snack Video which is operational in India and filed a lawsuit against short-video app Roposo. } });
    A lawsuit against the Obama administration over a Chinese-owned wind farm from eight years ago has a striking similarity to one announced Monday by social video-app TikTok. The outcome does not bode well for TikTok’s impending legal battle with the Trump administration. TikTok announced that it was filing a lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump’s recent executive orders. In August, Trump issued two executive orders against ByteDance, the parent company that owns TikTok. The first, which Law&Crime analyzed at length, bars any “transaction” with ByteDance or its subsidiaries, in which any such company has any interest, beginning 45 days after the order. The second order mandated that ByteDance sell TikTok (or more specifically, Musical.​ly, TikTok’s predecessor) to a U.S. owner within 90 days. The president’s authority for this order was based on the Exon-Florio Amendment of the Defense Production Act, which allows a president to invoke national security interests to order a foreign company to divest U.S. assets. TikTok issued a press release Monday, explaining its reasoning for suing the Trump administration: “The Executive Order issued by the Administration on August...
    The company TikTok announced on Saturday that it will file a lawsuit against President Donald Trump’s executive order that prohibits any transaction or business with ByteDance, its parent company, for 45 days. “To ensure that the rule of law is not ruled out and that our company and users are treated fairly, we have no choice but to challenge the executive order through the judicial system,” the company said in a statement. In the letter, the company indicates that they have tried to establish negotiations with the Trump administration for almost a year, without fruit, due to the “lack of due process” and that the US government does not follow the facts. ByteDance, in a separate statement, reported that the lawsuit will be filed on Monday, August 24. The Trump administration maintains that TikTok poses a threat to the national security of the United States and its users. “Data collection (from TikTok) threatens to allow the Chinese Communist Party to access personal and private information of Americans, potentially allowing China to track the locations of federal...
    The company TikTok announced on Saturday that it will file a lawsuit against President Donald Trump’s executive order that prohibits any transaction or business with ByteDance, its parent company, for 45 days. “To ensure that the rule of law is not ruled out and that our company and users are treated fairly, we have no choice but to challenge the executive order through the judicial system,” the company said in a statement. In the letter, the company indicates that they have tried to establish negotiations with the Trump administration for almost a year, without fruit, due to the “lack of due process” and that the US government does not follow the facts. ByteDance, in a separate statement, reported that the lawsuit will be filed on Monday, August 24. The Trump administration maintains that TikTok poses a threat to the national security of the United States and its users. “Data collection (from TikTok) threatens to allow the Chinese Communist Party to access personal and private information of Americans, potentially allowing China to track the locations of federal...
    The company TikTok announced on Saturday that it will file a lawsuit against President Donald Trump’s executive order that prohibits any transaction or business with ByteDance, its parent company, for 45 days. “To ensure that the rule of law is not ruled out and that our company and users are treated fairly, we have no choice but to challenge the executive order through the judicial system,” the company said in a statement. In the letter, the company indicates that they have tried to establish negotiations with the Trump administration for almost a year, without fruit, due to the “lack of due process” and that the US government does not follow the facts. ByteDance, in a separate statement, reported that the lawsuit will be filed on Monday, August 24. The Trump administration maintains that TikTok poses a threat to the national security of the United States and its users. “Data collection (from TikTok) threatens to allow the Chinese Communist Party to access personal and private information of Americans, potentially allowing China to track the locations of federal...
    the executive order by the government of the country for vetoing the activity of the application in 45 days as the most recent. However, the mobile platform plans to sue the Trump administration. “Data-reactid =” 12 “> In recent weeks, there has been a constant“ swap ”of shares between the United States and TikTok, with the executive order by the The country’s government for vetoing the activity of the application in 45 days as the most recent, however, the mobile platform plans to sue the Trump administration. NPRIt is read that TikTok will file the federal lawsuit this Tuesday, August 11, 2020, according to a source involved in the process, but who is not authorized to speak for the company. “data-reactid =” 13 “> In an NPR report It is read that TikTok will file the federal lawsuit this Tuesday, August 11, 2020, according to a source involved in the process, but who is not authorized to speak for the company. China protests US “theft” of TikTok Plus According to the information, the court document indicates that the president’s long-term...
    The video-sharing app TikTok reportedly plans to file a lawsuit against the Trump administration as early as Tuesday over the president’s executive order banning U.S. companies from engaging in commerce with ByteDance, TikTok’s Chinese parent company, starting next month. NPR reports that the video-sharing app will challenge the Trump administration’s order because the company says it was not presented with an opportunity to respond, according to “a person who was directly involved in the forthcoming suit but was not authorized to speak for the company.” The company, which has an office in Los Angeles, also believes the executive order violates their due process rights, as after the 45-day waiting period is over, they may not be able to retain legal representation without violating the order. Earlier this week, President Donald Trump signed an executive order banning TikTok, which has been the subject of cyber security concerns, from operating in the United States unless the company can secure a buyer and address concerns about the app. “TikTok automatically captures vast swaths of information from its users, including Internet and other network...
    TikTok plans to sue the Trump administration over the president’s executive order banning the app in the US, and the company may file the lawsuit as early as Tuesday, NPR reported. According to NPR, the lawsuit will argue the president’s action is unconstitutional because TikTok did not have time to respond. The lawsuit also will allege that the president’s justification for the ban— that the company is a threat to US national security— is baseless, NPR reported. Under the executive order the president signed Thursday, the US will block all transactions with TikTok parent company ByteDance within 45 days, in order to “address the national emergency with respect to the information and communication technology supply chain.” “The United States must take aggressive action against the owners of TikTok to protect our national security,” the order reads. A TikTok spokesperson declined to comment Saturday, and pointed to the company’s blog post on the matter. “We have made clear that TikTok has never shared user data with the Chinese government, nor censored content at its request,” the blog posts...
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