TikTok and Its Employees Prepare to Fight Trump Over App Ban

TikTok and its US employees are planning to take President Donald Trump’s administration to court over his sweeping order to ban the popular video app, according to a lawyer preparing one of the lawsuits.

The employees’ legal challenge to Trump’s executive order will be separate from a pending lawsuit from the company that owns the app, though both will argue that the order is unconstitutional, said Mike Godwin, an internet policy lawyer representing the employees.

Trump last week ordered sweeping but vague bans on dealings with the Chinese owners of TikTok and messaging app WeChat, saying they are a

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How to keep up with demand when your company is short-staffed

At some point, your organization is likely to face issues with adequate staffing levels. There are a few best practices that can reduce some of the stress and unnecessary business disruption.

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Most start-ups understand the pains of working short-staffed, and during COVID-19, this has become a reality for almost every company and institution around the world. While this can’t be completely avoided, putting some best practices in place can help to ensure there is minimal disruption.

Prioritize your product and service offerings

Hospitals, care centers, grocery chains, logistics, and delivery service providers, and many online

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Linux vs. Windows: It’s a matter of perspective

Jack Wallen, who has been using Linux for 20 years, shares a recent experience using the Windows platform and explains why it put the OS debate into perspective.

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Over the years, I’ve written countless pieces surrounding the “Linux vs. Windows” argument, every one of which sides with the Linux camp. I am, after all, a long-time user of Linux–it has been my daily operating system for two decades. I’ve used a vast majority of Linux distributions on both desktops and servers and rarely have I had an issue. To me, Linux comes naturally. It’s simple, effective, and efficient. 

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Microsoft Surface Duo: $1,399 price, Sept. 10 release date, no 5G, and how to preorder

Microsoft’s Surface Duo is an open book.


Microsoft’s bringing the Surface Duo to market Sept. 10, with preorders starting yesterday. The $1,399 Surface Duo, powered by a modified version of Google’s Android software, puts a different spin on the foldable phone trend, joining Samsung’s recently announced Galaxy Z Fold 2, the Galaxy Z Flip and last year’s Motorola Razr reboot. The Surface Duo’s hinge is the key difference, bringing together two 5.6-inch screens instead of relying on one massive display that can be folded. Microsoft created the Surface Duo over five years, developing the hinge in a

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Trump Administration Asks Court to Dismiss Big Tech’s Challenge to Social Media Executive Order

The Trump administration has filed a motion asking a court to dismiss a lawsuit against the president’s executive order targeting social media companies, calling it a “profound misunderstanding,” according to a copy of the motion seen by Reuters.

The lawsuit was brought in June by the Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT), a Washington-based tech group funded by Facebook, Alphabet’s Google, and Twitter. It marked the first major legal test of President Donald Trump’s directive.

Trump issued an executive order in May against social media companies in an attempt to regulate platforms where he has been criticised,

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