U.S. Appeals Court Rejects Immediate WeChat Ban
The Justice Department wanted to ban the app from the Apple and Google stores. But a U.S. appeals court rejected that request yesterday.
Have you heard of an app called WeChat?
It's used by people in America to communicate with friends and relatives in China.
The Justice Department wanted to ban the app from the Apple and Google stores.
But a U.S. appeals court rejected that request yesterday.
The Justice Department and the Trump administration have said WeChat is a threat to national security.
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Navajo Nation fights for water access in front of Supreme Court
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