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Prof K Nageshwar: India bans Chinese Apps (Video)

             ||India bans Chinese Apps

The government has banned 59 Chinese apps in India. The long list of apps include popular ones like TikTok, Shareit, Shein and Clash of Kings.

The Ministry of Information Technology in a release said that these 59 Chinese apps pose a threat to India in view of information available they are engaged in activities which is prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, security of state and public order.

The release also mentions that there are security concerns with these apps. At the same time, there have been raging concerns on aspects relating to data security and safeguarding the privacy of 130 crore Indians, the release added.

 

It further adds that there have been multiple complaints from various sources on how some of these apps are being misused on Android and iOS.This decision from the government comes amid the ongoing clash with China in Ladakh. There have been many calls on social media to boycott Chinese products as well. But till now there was no definite move by the government that puts a halt to Chinese goods or services in India.

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Prof K Nageshwar: India bans Chinese Apps (Video)

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||India bans Chinese Apps The government has banned 59 Chinese apps in India. The long list of apps include popular ones like TikTok, Shareit, Shein and Clash of Kings. The Ministry of Information Technology in a release said that these 59 Chinese apps pose a threat to India in view of information available they are engaged in activities which is prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, security of state and public order. The release also mentions that there are security concerns with these apps. At the same time, there have been raging concerns on aspects relating to data security and safeguarding the privacy of 130 crore Indians, the release added. It further adds that there have been multiple complaints from various sources on how some of these apps are being misused on Android and iOS.This decision from the government comes amid the ongoing clash with China in Ladakh. There have been many calls on social media to boycott Chinese products as well. But till now there was no definite move by the government that puts a halt to Chinese goods or services in India.

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