The case has been filed nearly a month after India banned 59 Chinese-linked apps, including UC Browser and UC News, citing security concerns. The ban came two weeks after Indian and Chinese troops. This isn't the first time Chinese apps have been banned in India. In 2017, Alibaba's UC Browser came under scrutiny for allegedly leaking mobile data of Indian users.
A quick glance at the mobile apps and websites banned in China throws up names such as WhatsApp, Google, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Netflix, YouTube, BBC, The New York Times and even Quora. The pre-competition elimination of potential competitors gave Chinese apps a free run to grow and colonise the world cyber space.
India banned chinese apps bbc. India is banning TikTok and several other well-known Chinese apps, saying they pose a "threat to sovereignty and integrity," in the latest indication of escalating tensions between the two countries. TikTok is one of 59 Chinese apps banned by India on 29 June 2020 (Debajyoti Chakraborty/NurPhoto via Getty Images). such as the small-town shop owner who has been profiled by the BBC, and established Bollywood actors and dancers, such as Ahsaas Channa, with 3.4 million followers. India on Monday banned 59 apps with Chinese links, including hugely popular TikTok and UC Browser, saying they were prejudicial to sovereignty, integrity and security of the country. The ban, which comes in the backdrop of current stand-off along the Line of Actual control in Ladakh with Chinese troops, also includes WeChat and Bigo Live.
By far its largest market, India, banned TikTok last week, along with 58 other Chinese apps. Officially security concerns were given as the reason, but that isn't the whole story. On June 29, India banned the apps citing threat to national security and sovereignty. The ban came after tensions on the border between New Delhi and Beijing rose, leading to the deaths of at. This isn't the first time Chinese apps have been banned in India. In 2017, Alibaba's UC Browser came under scrutiny for allegedly leaking mobile data of Indian users.. told the BBC. "I don't.
India on Monday banned 59, mostly Chinese, mobile apps including Bytedance's TikTok and Tencent's WeChat in its strongest move yet targeting China in the online space since a border crisis erupted. India has banned dozens of mobile apps with Chinese links in its strongest move yet targeting China in the online space since a border crisis erupted between the two countries this month. India’s government banned nearly 60 Chinese mobile apps on Monday, including TikTok, citing national security concerns, after a deadly clash between their militaries this month raised tensions.
India on Monday banned 59 apps with Chinese links, saying their activities endanger the country's sovereignty, defence and security. India has banned some mobile apps of Chinese companies such as Xiaomi Corp and Baidu Inc, three sources told Reuters on Wednesday, in New Delhi's latest move to hit Chinese companies following a. India's cricket board has announced it will drop Chinese smartphone company Vivo as the title sponsor of the Indian Premier League (IPL) this year. Vivo paid $300m (£230m) for a five-year.
The Indian government this week banned dozens of Chinese mobile apps, including TikTok, over alleged security issues. According to a release, India's Ministry of Information Technology "has. Media caption The Indian small-town shop owner who became a TikTok star. India's government has banned TikTok and dozens more Chinese-made apps it says are a danger to the country. In a statement. Ladakh clash: India’s ban on Chinese apps was a ‘digital strike’, says Union minister RS Prasad The Shiv Sena welcomed the ban but asked why the apps were allowed to operate for so long if.
India's government has banned TikTok and dozens more Chinese-made apps it says are a danger to the country. In a statement, it said the apps were "prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India. India has banned 59 Chinese phone apps, including the popular messaging app WeChat and video-sharing app TikTok. India's government claims these apps are using data illegally, and secretly.