ByteDance accuses Facebook: plagiarism and defamation

ByteDance accuses Facebook: plagiarism and defamation
Just as TikTok seems ever closer to Microsoft, the parent company ByteDance lashes out against another big one in the US online world: Facebook. Yet another indication of how for issues that are not exclusively economic, but also linked to privacy, antitrust and diplomatic relations, we could soon see the balance that nowadays determine the dynamics in the social world redefined.

FB in the sights parent company of TikTok

The accusations are plagiarism and defamation, practices aimed at hindering the growth of the company at a global level, a perspective that we have already analyzed a couple of months ago. We report below in translated form what we read in the intervention published yesterday by the Chinese group on its news aggregator Jinri Toutiao.

ByteDance has always been committed to becoming a global company. Through this process we have faced every type of complex and unimaginable difficulty, including a tense international political scenario, clashes, conflicts between different cultures, plagiarism and defamations from the competitor Facebook.

From the social network in blue no replies were received in about. Last year, number one Mark Zuckerberg, however, spoke about TikTok's activity, defining the application prone to political censorship. We have also written about these issues in relation to the ban on content related to issues not welcomed by Beijing starting from those that recall the events in Tiananmen Square.

Source: Reuters

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