Indian takes another step against China

Indian takes another step against China


Indian takes another step against China


Indian takes another step against China.

Amid tensions between Indian and China, the Modi government has banned a further 47 Chinese Apps. Amid tensions between Indian and China, the Modi government has banned 47 more Chinese apps. The government has already banned 59 Chinese apps. According to information, most of the banned apps are said to be cloning apps that were previously banned.

These 47 apps are also alleged to violate the country's data protocol and are accused of data theft. These apps use user's personal and confidential information and they also violate the privacy law, which is why the central government has banned them.

Earlier, on June 29, 59 Chinese apps were banned in India. Banned apps include TikTok, UC Browser, ShareIt, and others. In addition, Helo, Like, Cam Scanner, Sheen Kwai are also banned. Baidu Map, DU Battery Scanner is also banned. The government banned these Chinese applications under the IT Act 2000.

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