Judge Rules TikTok ‘Blackout Challenge’ Not Liable For Death Of 10-Year-Old Nylah Anderson

The Lawsuit that claimed TikTok was responsible for the death of 10-year-old Nylah Anderson has been dismissed by a federal Pennsylvania judge. 

On Wednesday, Judge Paul Diamond determined that the social media platform where the “Blackout Challenge” was published by various users and its parent company, ByteDance, were shielded from liability.

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