47 chinese apps ban
47 chinese apps ban

Indian Government bans another 47 more apps which are a link to China on Monday. The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has banned 47 apps. These were clone copies of the 59 Chinese apps that of ban already last month and also the variant apps.

You know that last month the Government ban 59 apps including TikTok. The clone of these apps or the same parent company apps are the ban on Monday. Today I am explaining to you about the 47 Chinese app bans in India. Read this post till the end to know more about this.


Here is the full detail about 47 Chinese apps bans in India.

TikTok lite, Helo lite, Bigo live lite, and other apps are in the banned app according to the source. The list of all apps is not released yet. 275 other Chinese apps may be ban and also including the most popular Mobile game PUBG is in this list. Tencent is the owner of the PUBG mobile game according to the source.

The Chinese applications have allegedly been sharing data with the Chinese agencies. So these apps are reviewing. The Government directed 59 apps to ensure strict compliance with its orders and warned of serious action if any violation, on 21 July.

The compilation of these figures, mining, and profiling by elements for India’s national security and defense, which ultimately applies to the sovereignty and integrity of India, is a matter of deep and immediate concern, requiring a ministry statement. It was on the 29th of June.

The IT Ministry has written to warn and also said to the companies of restricted apps will continue, directly or indirectly. It will be an offense under the Information Technology Act and other applicable laws and will attract penal provisions.

On Monday decision follows the 59 Chinese apps including the TikTok. As border tensions in Ladakh continued after a violent, deadly confrontation between Indian and Chinese forces.

The Government press release stated that the ban was announced: The Ministry of Information Technology is implementing it under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act. Which provides access to public information with relevant provisions of information technology(process and safeguards) (Blocking rules).

2009 and in view of the emerging nature of threats. It has been decided to ban 59 apps as they are engaged in activities that protect India’s sovereignty and integrity, protect India, in view of the available information. A precursor to stare security and public order. We will inform you through the post when the list of the app bans will release.

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