India May ban more Chinese Apps, know how the ban will apply – India can ban many more apps of China, know how the ban will be implemented

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Apple's report also said that data on China's apps is not secure

new Delhi:

The Indian government has blocked 59 apps on the Google Play Store in terms of security. in this Tiktok And many popular apps like UC Browser are also included. According to information received from sources, apart from these 59 apps, some other Chinese apps can be banned. Their data is being searched and if it is found against the interest of the country, then action will be taken against them. you By clicking here You can see the list of all 59 Chinese apps banned. For your information, let me tell you that on the night of 15-16 June, there was a violent clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers in the Galwan Valley in Ladakh. In which 20 Indian soldiers, including the Colonel, lost their lives. Since then, tension between the two countries continues.

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How will the ban apply?

According to the information, under the Telegraph Act, the Ministry of Communications can ask the Internet service provider to stop the data of any website or app. The data of all these apps will be withheld in the next day. These apps have been removed from the Google Play Store or App Store. Now their updates will not be available. On stopping the data, the users will stop getting the feed and they will only see the old videos. Google and Facebook are banned in China. Chats can be done on WhatsApp in Dubai but there is no option to call. Since the ban is interim, the matter will now go to a committee.

The joint secretary of the ministry is its chairman and representatives of other ministries are involved in it. Apps that have been banned can put their side before the committee. After this, the committee will decide whether to continue the ban or be removed. The Home Ministry, in its report, denied claims of these apps stating that the servers are in Singapore and the data does not go to China. Recently, Apple's report also said that the data on these apps is not secure.

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