Microsoft said today that it would not acquire part of tiktok’s business after its offer was rejected by the tiktok owner’s byte jump. Today, we know that they will not sell tiktok’s U.S. business to Microsoft. We believe that our proposal will benefit tiktok users and protect us national security interests. To do this, we will make significant changes to ensure that the service meets the highest standards of security, privacy, online security and combating false information, which we set out in our August statement. We look forward to seeing the service develop in these important areas. < / P > < p > Microsoft initially confirmed last month that it was seeking to acquire tiktok’s businesses in the United States, Australia, Canada and New Zealand. According to other reports, Microsoft may consider acquiring all of tiktok’s global businesses, and the Financial Times said negotiations over this particular deal are still in the preliminary stage. < / P > < p > on Thursday, US President trump said on Thursday that the deadline for selling tiktok’s U.S. business on byte hopping would not be extended: “they either shut it down or sell it. The deadline for tiktok will not be extended. ” Global Tech