While the U.S. government continues to scrutinize TikTok over national security, the company has been accused of stealing a patented feature from American rival Triller.
On Wednesday, the Hollywood-based social video platform filed a patent infringement lawsuit against the Chinese service and its parent ByteDance, seeking an unspecified amount in damages.
A social video platform touted as TikTok’s biggest American rival has donated 150,000 N95 respirators and surgical masks to first responders and essential workers fighting COVID-19 in Los Angeles, California.
America’s Answer to TikTok is a Startup That Rappers Just Invested MILLIONS in With an Asian Founder
Social video platform Triller is now on its way to overtake TikTok in the United States as it lands millions of dollars in investments from many famous recording artists, such as Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar and more.
Triller has 26.5 million monthly active users in the U.S. while there are more than 75 million active users worldwide, according to The Wrap.