The social media giant is facing financial pressure as major consumer companies, including Unilever, Coca-Cola, Ben & Jerry's, and many others pause their ad spend in protest at the way the firm moderates hate speech.
"We have evidence that anti-government violent extremists — including those who support the 'Boogaloo,' those who self-identify as Antifa, and others — will pose continuing threats of lawlessness. Some of these violent extremists, moreover, may be fortified by foreign entities seeking to sow chaos and disorder in our country," Barr said.
"The Department of Justice will respond to these violent groups in the same way we respond to other organized criminal or terrorists networks — by disrupting their violent activities and ultimately dismantling their capability to threaten the rule of law," Barr wrote.
Given other security concerns raised about the app, as well as broader worries given its Chinese origins, this became a headline issue... With the release of the new clipboard warning in the beta version of iOS 14, now with developers, TikTok seems to have been caught abusing the clipboard in a quite extraordinary way...
In Texas, focal point of national anxiety about a coronavirus 'second wave,' the state counts every COVID-positive hospital patient as a hospitalization for COVID itself, which may be exaggerating numbers.
A US Postal worker was just caught on video throwing a stack of my campaign mailers in a dumpster. Some patriots nearby heard a noise when she tossed them in & went to investigate. They found a stack of them and called me. No wonder people are skeptical of mail in voting. pic.twitter.com/I28SBydg2N
I just had the privilege of signing a very strong Executive Order protecting American Monuments, Memorials, and Statues - and combatting recent Criminal Violence. Long prison terms for these lawless acts against our Great Country!