India announced that it would permanently ban 59 C

2022-08-05
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Make trouble again! India announced that it would permanently ban 59 Chinese apps

again! India announced that it would permanently ban 59 Chinese apps. According to Indian media reports on Monday evening, the Indian Ministry of electronics and information technology has issued the latest notice, making the executive order banning the popular short video application tiktok and other 58 Chinese applications issued last June into a permanent ban

the times of India reported on Monday that when the Indian government first issued and implemented the ban last June, it gave the 59 apps an opportunity to explain their position on compliance with privacy and security requirements

these applications include tiktok, a popular short video application under ByteDance, wechat under Tencent and UC browser under Alibaba. The times of India reported that the parent companies of these applications were also asked to answer a series of questions

livemint, a commercial newspaper, quoted a source as saying that the Indian government was not satisfied with the response and explanation of these companies. As a result, the ban on 59 applications is now permanent. The newspaper said that the latest notice was issued last week

the ban issued and implemented by the Ministry of electronics and information technology of India last June pointed out that these applications are a damage to India's sovereignty and integrity, national defense, national security and public order. However, the accusations made by the Indian government for these applications to China have been questioned by insiders. At that time, akitepanda, a senior member of the diplomatic scholar magazine, tweeted that, did anyone ask how the 59 banned Chinese applications actually threatened India's territorial integrity in previous years? I hope I can help you. The reason for asking is that it's strange

in addition, the ban is not good news for Indian users. Indian media reported today that tiktok's popularity soared during the COVID-19 and became a major entertainment tool during people's isolation. At present, the global download volume of tiktok has exceeded 2billion, of which Indian users account for about one third, and the number of downloads has exceeded 611million

however, in September last year, India banned another batch of mobile applications of 118 Chinese technology companies, including the popular video game pubg under Tencent, from using electronic pull machines in the development process of mixing materials. A representative of tiktok told the economic times, an Indian newspaper, that the company was evaluating the notice and would respond as appropriate

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