The Indian government banned 47 Chinese apps again! Find out which apps are on the list

 

The list of specific apps banned in the new decision has not yet been announced

The government is banning 47 Chinese apps in India again. In late June, the government banned 59 Chinese applications "to protect national interests and security," including the hugely popular TickTock application. Some apps are working as clones of those previously banned applications, but now about 50 more applications have been banned. Although the list of specific apps banned in the new decision has not yet been announced. However, it is learned that the announcement will be made public soon. Earlier, the government banned CamScanner, SHAREit, and various other applications, including UC Browser. The ban was announced under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act.


According to a tweet posted by DD News, the 48 applications banned by the government's latest decision are clones of the 59 apps banned last month. According to an official report in India Today TV, the government has also prepared a list of more than two and a half hundred apps to be examined for possible violations of user privacy or national security.


It is rumored that some of the top gaming apps, including PUBG Mobile, will be on the new list of banned apps. However, the government has not yet released details.


Earlier, popular apps, including TickTock, SHAREit, UC Browser, Hello and WeChat, were banned. Shortly after announcing the decision publicly in a press release, the government ordered the closure of access to those apps as well as their respective websites. The central government has also instructed Apple and Google to remove banned apps from their respective app stores in the country.

The Indian government banned 47 Chinese apps again! Find out which apps are on the list The Indian government banned 47 Chinese apps again! Find out which apps are on the list Reviewed by Imtiaz Hasan on 10:32 AM Rating: 5

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