Chinese App Banned List: India Bans Additional 47 Chinese Apps, PUBG, TIKTOK, HELO, BIGO LIVE

Chinese App Banned List: India Bans Additional 47 Chinese Apps, PUBG, TIKTOK

After banning 59 Chinese apps, the Indian government has banned 47 apps, making another digital strike on China. According to sources, all these 47 apps are clone and light version of 59 previously banned apps, although the names of these 47 banned apps have not been revealed yet. At the same time, no official statement has come from the government regarding the ban on these apps. Some apps have been named, including Tiktok Lite, Helo Lite, SHAREit Lite, BIGO LIVE Lite and VFY Lite.

The Indian government has once again taken major action on companies associated with China. India has banned 47 more Chinese apps in China. Earlier, 59 apps from China have been banned.

List of 275 apps made by China including PUBG The Government of India has already banned 59 apps including Tick-Talk. Now the government is eyeing 275 Chinese apps. It also includes PUBG. The Ministry of Home Affairs has not yet commented on this. However, an official source related to the case said that China's apps are under constant review and it is also trying to find out where they are getting funding from. According to the official, some apps have been found to threaten national security, while some apps are violating data sharing and privacy rules.

After the 59 Chinese app was banned last month, the Central Government has banned 47 more apps related to China (47 App Ban). At present, its list has not been released yet, which are the 47 banned apps.

47 apps were already acting as clones of banned apps. The list of these 47 Chinese apps will be released soon. It has also been said in the report that India has now prepared a list of more than 250 apps. These apps will be investigated and it will be ascertained whether these apps are violating the privacy or national security of the user.

In such a situation, a total of 106 apps have been banned in India by the Indian government. At the same time, it is also reported that the government has prepared a list of 275 Chinese mobile apps, which can be banned in the coming time. This list includes apps like Pabji and Jilly.

According to sources, the government will check these mobile apps and find out if they are violating the rules of privacy. In addition, many Chinese Internet companies can also be banned.

The applications for which India has prepared a list and which are under the scrutiny of the government include Alibaba, PUBG, Tencent, Xiaomi and many other apps. This step of India indicates the ban of other Chinese companies in the country. Chinese applications, which are being reviewed, are allegedly sharing data with Chinese agencies.

India's digital strike on China
Recently, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology decided to ban many more mobile applications. Most of these apps are from China. Officials said that applications like Helo Lite, ShareIt Lite, Bigo Lite and VFY Lite have been removed from the Google Playstore and Apple App Store.

Taking action under Section 69A of the IT Act, the government has decided to ban 59 mobile apps today. The government has banned 59 mobile apps including Tick Talk amidst the Indo-China tension.  This list of the Government of India also includes major apps like TicTalk, Hello, WeChat, UC Browser.

There is a possibility of international spying on China's app.  On Monday, the government decided on the same criteria that these 59 apps from China were prejudicial to India's sovereignty, integrity and security.  In such a situation, the government has decided to ban these 59 apps under section 69A of the IT Act.  

The government was also receiving many complaints about the misuse of these apps.  It was also getting complaints that these apps are also helpful in stealing data from Android and IOS platforms, due to which questions were being raised about the security of the country.  

A ban on these apps was also recommended by the Government Center and Home Ministry, which monitors cybercrime.  Ticketcock has millions of followers in India.

Restrictions may be placed on apps like PUBG and You Like According to a report, the Government of India has prepared a list of 275 Chinese mobile apps and these are being investigated.  These include apps such as PUBG GAME, Jilly, Capcut, FaceU, Meitu, LBE Tech, Perfect Corp, Sina Corp, Netiz Games, AliExpress, Reso and ULike.



Chinese App Banned List: India Bans Additional 47 Chinese Apps, PUBG, TIKTOK

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