A federal judge on Tuesday declined to approve a $92 million class action settlement with TikTok Inc., raising several questions about the predicted claims rate and proposed notice plan.

At a preliminary approval hearing, U.S. District Judge John Lee of the Northern District of Illinois wanted more information as to why class members would not receive notice of the settlement through TikTok’s own app, which might improve the predicted claims rate of less than 2%.

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