India adds 47 more Chinese apps to `banned' list. 27 July 2020. The government on Friday banned 47 more Chinese apps, after its ban of 59 Chinese origin apps in June-end. The 47 apps that have been banned by the latest decision of the government were operating as the clones of the 59 apps that were banned last month, according to a tweet posted by DD News.
Indian government created quite a bang after banning 59 Chinese apps that were leading in India, including apps like TikTok, CamScanner and others, on the grounds of privacy concerns.. New 47 Chinese Apps Banned List in India. No sooner had the nation coped with the previous Chinese apps ban, than the Indian authorities have announced a ban of 47 more Chinese apps today.
47 more apps banned list. A list of the 47 new banned apps will be released soon by the Indian government. Meanwhile, 250 more apps including PUBG Mobile and apps linked to the Alibaba group are under review. New Delhi: A month after banning 59 Chinese applications, the Narendra Modi-led government has banned 47 more apps of Chinese origin. If reports are to be believed, these 47 applications were. India bans 47 more Chinese apps, clones of 59 banned apps; another 275 on radar including PubG BENGALURU | NEW DELHIIndia has drawn up a list of 275 Chinese apps that it will examine for any violation of national security and user privacy, signalling heightened scrutiny and the possibility of more Chinese internet companies being banned in the.
After banning 59 Chinese apps, including TikTok, the Union government on Monday banned 47 more Chinese apps in India. The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) called a ban on. Following up on the ban of 59 apps, including TikTok and Mi Community, in India earlier this month, the Government of India appears to have banned 47 more apps that were seemingly clones of the. NEW DELHI: The government has banned 47 more Chinese apps which are apparently clones of the 59 applications which were banned earlier, news agency PTI reported on Monday quoting sources. An order.
India banned TikTok and dozens of other Chinese mobile apps in June and has now added another 47 to the list India has banned 47 more Chinese apps just weeks after blocking the highly popular video-sharing platform TikTok and 58 others over national security and privacy concerns, an information ministry official and media reports said Monday. NEW DELHI: India on Monday banned 47 more apps with links to China, most being clones or from the same parent company whose main applications were banned last month, a source said. The government has reportedly banned 47 more apps over national security concerns. The ban comes a month after around 59 popular Chinese apps, including TikTok and SHAREit, were barred from.
New Delhi: Days after banning 59 Chinese applications over national security concerns, the government has banned 47 more Chinese apps, taking the total number of mobile applications banned for. 47 Chinese apps banned: Indian rivals to banned apps support govt’s decision. After banning 59 Chinese apps last month the government of India announced the ban of 47 clones of already banned China-owned applications.Indian alternatives of these Chinese apps support the ban and want users to move to apps developed by Indians for Indians. India has banned 47 Chinese apps over user privacy violations. India has prepared a list of over 250 Chinese apps, including apps linked to Alibaba, for allegedly sharing Indian user data with Chinese agencies.
The government has barred 47 more Chinese apps which were variants of the 59 apps earlier banned for violation of data and privacy issues. The banned apps are the clones of the previously barred apps such as Bytedance’s TikTok and Helo. While the government has not officially named the apps which. The Indian Government has banned 47 new apps that were allowing access to the banned Chinese apps. A lot of 'Lite' versions of the banned apps were spotted. There is a list of 275 apps under. The Indian government on Monday banned 47 more Chinese apps that were clones of the 59 apps banned last month. The list of these 47 banned apps will be released soon. The decision to ban the 47.
The source privy to the development said that the 47 additional Chinese apps that have been banned now were clones and variants of the apps which were blocked earlier. AFP The government last week banned 47 variants, or clones, of 59 Chinese mobile applications that it had banned last month, including Helo Lite, Bigo Lite, CamScanner Advanced. According to an order issued on Friday, July 24, the ban will be extended to 47 Chinese apps which were clones of the previously banned 59 Chinese apps. The new list of 47 banned apps will be released soon and is most likely to include alternatives or lite versions of the apps that were previously banned in the country on June 29.