Yandy releases Halloween ‘Banned App Costume’ ahead of TikTok restrictions


TikTok’s days could be numbered in the U.S., but you can celebrate the social media app with a new (and sexy) Halloween costume.

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Yandy releases Halloween ‘Banned App Costume’ ahead of TikTok restrictions

On Friday, fashion retailer Yandy released its Banned App Costume, a black crop top featuring a censored musical note (similar to the TikTok logo), high-waisted bottoms with ‘BANNED!’printed on the back and fishnet stockings. The $32.95 Halloween costume is available for preorder on the company website in sizes S, M and L.

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Amazon.com bans, then un-bans TikTok app from employee mobile devices

(Reuters) – In the span of a few hours on Friday, Amazon.com Inc banned and then unbanned the TikTok video sharing app from employee mobile devices, calling the move a mistake.

The news generated widespread attention for the Chinese-owned social media platform coming the same week U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the United States is “certainly looking at” banning TikTok, suggesting it shared information with the Chinese government.

Earlier this week, Wells Fargo sent a note to employees who had installed TikTok on company-owned mobile devices telling them to remove the app immediately.

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TikTok Has Taken Over: Here Are The Big Money Players Behind The Social Media App

Social media has been one of the few segments of the economy that have benefited from the shelter-in-place environment. While ad budgets have dropped, social media engagement numbers have skyrocketed as American’s social interactions have been pushed online.

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TikTok is a Chinese-launched social networking service. It’s mainly used to create short dance, lip-sync and comedy videos.

Sensor Tower estimated that TikTok parent company ByteDance raked in $157 million in the first quarter, 90% of which came from the company’s original Chinese version of TikTok, Douyin. Those numbers represent a 423% increase from a year ago and a 50% increase from the fourth quarter.

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