The Justice Dept. is looking to file a sealed opposition to TikTok’s request for an injunction against the social media company’s Commerce Dept. ban – set to take effect Sunday night.
That comes after the presiding judge directed the United States to file a brief today or agree to postpone the ban.
And it indicates that DOJ is still looking to have the ban enforced.
U.S. District Judge Carl Nichols had said that if the government agreed to postpone the ban, then hearings over the injunction could proceed on a slower timeline.
And there’s still little news emerging over the fate of a deal with Oracle (ORCL +0.5%) and Walmart (NYSE:WMT), reported to be minority investors in a new Global TikTok (BDNCE) that would settle administration objections.