Digital Strike on China: Government bans 47 more Chinese Apps
In view of the ongoing conflict between India and China for the past several days, the central government has now banned 47 more Chinese apps.
New Delhi: In view of the ongoing conflict between India and China for the past several days, the central government has now banned 47 more Chinese apps. The central government had earlier banned 59 Chinese apps. According to such information, most of the government-banned apps are being described as cloning apps of previously banned apps.
Apps were violating protocol:
It is also being told that these 47 apps were also violating the data protocol of the country and they are also accused of stealing data. These apps were using the private and confidential information of the users and they have also violated the privacy law, due to which the central government has banned them.
Earlier, on 29 June, 59 Chinese apps were banned in India by the central government. Apps that have been banned include TicketLock, UC Browser, Share it, etc.
Apart from these, the government has also banned Hello, Like, Cam Scanner, Sheen Kwai. Baidu Map, KY, DU Battery Scanner has also been banned. The government had banned these Chinese apps under the IT Act 2000.