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Judge says U.S. must defend or delay TikTok app store ban by Friday

Judge says U.S. must defend or delay TikTok app store ban by Friday

A U.S. judge said Thursday the Trump administration must either delay a ban on U.S. app stores offering TikTok for download or file legal papers defending the decision by Friday.
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Pinterest's 400 million users to get access to Fashion Week shows

Pinterest's 400 million users to get access to Fashion Week shows

Hot on the heels of TikTok, Pinterest wants to woo fashionistas by giving them access to Fashion Week catwalks and related events.
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TikTok to ban ads that amplify body shaming

TikTok will ban ads that promote fasting apps and weight loss supplements, as part of its policy to restrict ads of products that amplify body shaming, the company said on Wednesday. 
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How a marked-up term sheet and messy rollout threw TikTok deal into disarray

As China's ByteDance raced to seal a deal to keep its video-sharing app TikTok operational in the United States, an apparent breakthrough came last Wednesday in a phone call to U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin.
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Sainsbury's supports Tu Clothing with new campaign

Sainsbury's supports Tu Clothing with new campaign

Sainsbury’s clothing brand Tu has launched an ad campaign called ‘Dress Well, Feel Good’ to inspire the nation to get dressed with their own wellbeing in mind.
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TikTok to ban ads that amplify body shaming

TikTok to ban ads that amplify body shaming

TikTok will ban ads that promote fasting apps and weight loss supplements, as part of its policy to restrict ads of products that amplify body shaming, the company said on Wednesday. 
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Kenzo partners with WWF to protect wild tigers

As wild tiger populations continue to decline worldwide, Kenzo is partnering again with World Wide Fund for Nature to produce a ready-to-wear capsule to help double the number of these big cats by the end of 2022.
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Lacoste cuts ties with rappers Moha La Squale, Roméo Elvis, both accused of sexual assault

French label Lacoste has told the AFP agency it has stopped collaborating with rappers Moha La Squale and Roméo Elvis, after young women accused both artists on social media of sexual assault.
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