47 More Apps Banned By Indian Government
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.
47 more apps banned by indian government. 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. The Ministry of IT and technology has just banned 47 more Chinese apps in India. The decision comes after the body had earlier removed … Continue reading India bans 47 more Chinese apps; 250 more including PUBG. The Indian government has ordered a ban on another 47 Chinese-owned apps, with reports that another 275 apps could be banned after undergoing a review by Indian security officials. 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. 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.
NEW DELHI: Central government has decided to ban 47 more mobile apps, which are either clones of variants of those 59 Chinese apps that were earlier prohibited by the authorities, Indian Express reported. As per sources cited in the report said that "the problem is with the operational ethics of certain apps. This is an ongoing process. A day later, Google said it has removed all the banned applications from the Play Store.Following the ban, TikTok refuted the claims that suggest it will pursue legal action against the Indian government for banning the app in India. Reacting to the 59 apps banned by India, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said the country is "strongly concerned regarding the decision of the Indian government". 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. Government Bans 47 More Chinese Apps. While an official list has not been made public yet, most of the new apps that have been banned were clones or 'lite' versions of the apps that were banned.
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. Nearly a month after banning 59 Chinese apps, the Indian government has barred 47 more Chinese apps from operating in the country, which were largely clones of the previously banned apps, sources said. The list of the concerned mobile applications will be published soon. An official source said that. 47 Apps Banned by the Indian Government. As of now, no list has been declared on the Chinese apps being banned. But the 47 apps which will officially be banned in the coming hours is confirmed. These 47 apps were potential clones of the 59 Chinese apps. Indian government has said 275 more apps are on their radar. tech2 News Staff Jul 28, 2020 09:03:06 IST. A month after the Indian government banned 59 Chinese apps, including TikTok and UC Browser, the Ministry of Electronics and Information technology (MeitY) has barred 47 more Chinese apps.
As per the latest reports, the government has banned more apps which were the clones of Chinese apps. As per ANI tweet, “Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology bans 47 apps which were variants and cloned copies of the 59 Chinese apps that were banned in June.These banned clones include Tiktok Lite, Helo Lite, SHAREit Lite, BIGO LIVE Lite and VFY Lite.” Taking a strict action against China, Modi government has banned 47 more Chinese apps. Earlier the government has put a ban on 59 Chinese apps. Most of the apps banned this time are clonning apps. The apps were violating data protocol. These apps were claimed for data theft. After the violent Galwan Valley clash, there was a constant demand for taking a strict action against China and a demand. Chinese app ban: The Indian Government banned 47 Chinese apps on July 24, 2020, in addition to the 59 earlier banned apps.The 47 apps were acting as clones of the earlier banned 59 Chinese apps. The Indian government has banned 47 more Chinese apps that were operating as the clone of these previously banned apps. The complete list of apps that have been banned isn’t available yet and some of the apps that have been found to be banned include Tiktok Lite, Helo Lite, SHAREit Lite, BIGO LIVE Lite, and VFY Lite.