India’s digital strike, China’s 54 apps banned


The central government has once again launched a digital strike on the applications operating from China. This time the government has banned 54 applications citing national security.

The Indian government has once again launched a digital strike on China. According to sources, the Indian government will ban 54 Chinese apps that pose a threat to India’s security. According to sources, the 54 Chinese apps include Beauty Camera – Sweet Selfie HD, Beauty Camera – Selfie Camera, Equalizer and Bass Booster, CamCard for Salesforce Ant, Isoland 2: Ashes of Time Light, Viva Video Editor, Tencent XRiver, Onmoji Chase, Onmoji Major applications like Arena, AppLock, Dual Space Lite are included.

Many of the applications that have been banned by the Ministry of Electronics and IT are linked to big Chinese companies like Tencent, Alibaba and gaming firm NetS. Some applications are new versions of previously banned applications.

It is noteworthy that even before this, the government has banned the application related to China three times at different times. In June last year also, keeping in mind the threat to the sovereignty and security of the country, the widely used social media platforms like Tiktok, Shareit, WeChat, Helo, Like, UC News, Bigo Live, UC Browser, Popular applications like ES File Explorer were banned. At that time, the Indian government said that intelligence agencies have expressed concern about most of the banned apps, saying that they are collecting user data and possibly even sending them outside. However, in September, the Indian government also banned 118 Chinese mobile apps. On behalf of the Indian government, it was said that these apps are harmful to the sovereignty and integrity of India, the defense of India, the security of the state and public order.


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