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TikTok Asks Court to Deem its Ban Unconstitutional

by Legal PDFMay 9th, 2024
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In their concluding appeal, TikTok Inc. and ByteDance LTD. seek a declaratory judgment against the Act, an injunction against the Attorney General, and favorable judgment and relief from the court. This final plea represents their efforts to address constitutional violations and seek justice in their legal battle.
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Tiktok Inc., and ByteDance LTD., v. Merrick B. Garland Update Court Filing, retrieved on May 7, 2024, is part of HackerNoon’s Legal PDF Series. You can jump to any part in this filing here. This part is 11 of 11.

Requested Relief

Petitioners respectfully request that this Court grant the following relief:

A. Issue a declaratory judgment that the Act violates the U.S. Constitution;

B. Issue an order enjoining the Attorney General from enforcing the Act;

C. Enter judgment in favor of Petitioners; and

D. Grant any further relief that may be appropriate.

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